Working capital

Manage cash and trade flows more efficiently. Whether your goal for improving working capital is to self-fund growth, reduce debt, expand your business reach or enhance your balance sheet – the key to success is gaining more control over cash flows. That’s why our trade and receivables finance solutions help you unlock funds trapped in inventory or receivables to keep the supply chain – and your business – moving forward. Added to this is a full range of commercial banking services designed specifically to help you manage incoming and outgoing cash more efficiently across your entire organisation.

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Our Working capital solutions

Credit and lending

Access our long and short-term loans designed to meet your specific funding requirements. Use our lending and credit solutions to finance capital investments and business growth, and obtain working capital to improve cash flow.

Exports

Gain more control over exports, improve cashflow and manage risks associated with international trade more effectively using HSBC’s export finance facilities. Our trade specialists have in-depth knowledge to help you assess market risks.

Forfaiting

Protect and finance your post shipment trade with forfaiting services that finance while managing risk.

Guarantees

Conduct business with confidence, even where you lack established relationships, through the use of guarantees and standby letters of credit.

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Fuelled by rising customer demand and a favourable economic backdrop, Malaysian firms have a positive outlook about their prospects, according to a new HSBC survey of 200 Malaysian firms: ‘Navigator: Now, next and how for business’. The report also reveals that Malaysian business confidence is on the rise, underpinned by intra-Asia opportunities with firms eyeing China, Singapore and Indonesia for future expansion.

HSBC sees scope for trade boost at ASEAN Summit

Leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations have met for their first annual summit nine months after the launch of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), an initiative designed to boost the 10-member bloc's economic integration and spur intra-regional trade and investment.

Realising the ASEAN Economic Community and Trans-Pacific Partnership for Malaysian Manufacturers

The introduction of two initiatives, designed to spur trade and investment between countries within and beyond the Asia-Pacific, can help create growth opportunities for Malaysian manufacturers, both at home and abroad. Dato’ Dr Ir Andy Seo, Vice President of the Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers, discusses the latest outlook and market opportunities for the two programmes.

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