We’re living in a time of profound change yet also of opportunity. Discover enlightening perspectives and inspiring stories that can open up your world to new possibilities.
How can technology be a force for good?
The global pandemic has been a catalyst for change, driving a fundamental shift in the way we use technology. This digital revolution has the potential to address some of the most pressing issues of our time.
Seamless and secure: digitalising your family office
The pandemic has sped up the use of digital tools for working and communicating, but information security must remain at the forefront when family offices choose to use new technologies.
What does sustainability mean for your family business?
By weaving responsible business practices into their purpose, values and corporate DNA, family businesses will maintain their competitive edge well into the future.
Measurement matters: assessing your philanthropic impact
Developing a clear sense of what you want to achieve with your philanthropy – and why – will help to guide your strategy and determine what progress looks like.
How sustainable are my investments?
Movements towards measurement, reporting and transparency are making it easier for investors to assess environmental, social and governance factors.
What the video game industry can teach us about agility
No longer a niche market, the video gaming world offers useful lessons for entrepreneurs and other business leaders with big ambitions.
Putting the pieces together: wealth planning for international families
Families with complex cross-border financial and non-financial affairs will benefit from a joined-up plan that supports their long-term needs and ambitions.
Unblocking the roads to smooth succession
Both younger and senior generations may face obstacles that require guidance, support and tools to overcome.
Challenging stereotypes, taking ownership
To mark International Women’s Day, we reflect on how, despite facing multiple obstacles, women are becoming the largest group of wealth owners on the planet.
The Real Mandela Effect: 5 Leadership Lessons from Ndaba Mandela
Nelson Mandela was many things: social rights activist, politician, philanthropist. But to Ndaba, first and foremost he was a grandfather. We spoke with Ndaba Mandela to discover what he learned from spending 20 years living with a legendary leader.
Globally connected and part of something bigger
Making sure we're connected is more important than ever, and there are signs that passionate, resilient and ambitious citizens of the world are still focused on finding solutions to our biggest challenges.
Beyond borders: Family offices for globally connected families
We explore some of the ways a family office can help meet the multiple and complex needs of an international family.
The powerful potential of philanthropic collaboration
From information sharing to pooling funding and participating in complex networks, donor-to-donor collaboration can pave the way for strategic action and greater impact.
Making your investments matter: ESG considerations are a 'must have' in your portfolio
Sustainable investments can help you preserve and grow your wealth while ensuring your financial goals and values are aligned.
Modern philanthropy: James Chen's moonshot journey
James Chen believes today's philanthropists are in a unique position to take risks, and to use their capital to achieve real social change.
Diversity and inclusion: a moral and business imperative
Five steps businesses can take to embed real change and build resilience.
Owner? Director? Manager? Employee? Defining roles in your family business
As your family business grows, the boundaries between business and family roles may blur. Clarity on relationships, rights and responsibilities is essential to business longevity and will help to make the most of the experience, knowledge and skills within your family.
As your wealth evolves, so too will your family office
Family offices are as unique as the families that set them up, and their form and function change in line with the growth of a family and its wealth.
Has Covid-19 changed our willingness to take risks?
It would be easy to assume investors have become more risk-averse during the coronavirus crisis, but lessons from 2008 and a longer-term view have some seeking out opportunities.
Five fundamental traits to achieving real impact in business
Life lessons from irrepressible entrepreneur Azran Osman-Rani.
Creating a lasting legacy: how a crisis can help us focus on what really matters
During the coronavirus crisis, we’ve had something unexpected – time – to take stock and reflect on whether we should start doing things a little differently.
Harmony, resilience, unity: navigating conflict in the family business
Understanding how disagreements might develop, and how to prevent them from escalating, will help your family mitigate conflict.
Financial stability in an ageing world
In the middle of a dramatic demographic shift, what challenges and opportunities does an ageing global population present?
Planning for peace of mind: your family office, your legacy, your future
Aproperly organised family office designed with the family in mind can preserve your family's mission, vision and values, and help your wealth endure across generations.
Making an impact for a more sustainable future
How philanthropy and impact investing complement each other in a wealth management strategy.
How radical creativity will unlock the future
The best way to invent tomorrow is by treating innovation as a biological process, not an ownable thing.
An exclusive Masterclass with Nadja Swarovski
We invite you to watch the replay of our exclusive webinar with inspirational businesswoman and philanthropist, Nadja Swarovski to hear Nadja's path to finding her purpose and discuss how she is making a positive impact on the world.
Acknowledging uncertainty to empower decision-making
We may pursue certainty in all things, but neuroscience reveals the limits of knowing
Carving your own path after taking on the family business
How can the second generation (or beyond) balance the expectations of their family with the desire to pursue personal passions and leave their own mark?
Embracing technology and digitisation in the family business
Requirements to change often spark discussions about governance, strategy and succession – difficult conversations, but also highly productive.
Surprising sources of innovation and inspiration
How embracing a more diverse set of perspectives can be the catalyst for incremental or revolutionary change.
Behind the scenes of the family business
Navigating the complexity of a family business is no easy task. As we all adapt to the 'new normal' and prioritise the things that matter most to us, robust succession planning will give you peace of mind.
HSBC can give you the confidence to navigate through the complexities of the new landscape , providing you invaluable insight and greater understanding.