Despite past missteps in the U.S. mortgage business, the bank is giving it another go, bringing servicing in-house and catering to millennials and international clients here, says HSBC’s Raman Muralidharan.
At the U.K. investment bank, women earn 26% less than men and receive bonuses that are 60% lower, according to the lender’s annual report. Overall, it pays women just under half as much as male colleagues.
It is easy to tire of predictions that business lending is poised to rev up. But HSBC USA's Richard Martin sees faster growth among U.S. midsize firms than at their international peers, as well as international-expansion potential for the U.S. companies — and his business plan is counting on all of it.
In a rare show of public support for a security technology, the banks are leading a $40 million funding round for Menlo Security, provider of browser technology that keeps malware at bay — and they’re using it, too.