HSBC offers a broad range of trading services through our subsidiary, Bermuda International Securities Limited (BISL). BISL is licensed by the BMA to conduct investment business and is a trading member of the Bermuda Stock Exchange.
These services include:
Dealing with a Member of “The world’s local bank” affords our clients access to around 7,500 offices in 87 countries and territories in Europe, the Asia-Pacific region, the Americas, the Middle East and Africa. The advantages of dealing through HSBC include:
We offer full-service derivatives capabilities integrated across the “equity” risk class, on underlying markets around the world. Our goal is to help clients meet their financing, investment and hedging needs by providing creative and customised solutions, and derivatives market liquidity. Our highly qualified and experienced team focuses on the credit needs of governments, central banks, international and local corporations, institutional investors, hedge funds, financial institutions, private and individual investors.
With our comprehensive metals dealings in both base and precious metals, HSBC Bermuda, as a member of the HSBC Group, holds membership with many of the most important metals associations across the globe including The London Metal Exchange, The London Clearing House, and The London Bullion Market Association. Globally, HSBC is the largest clearing house and vault holder of precious metals, boasting over 140 years experience in the precious metals market.
HSBC Bank Bermuda Limited is licensed to conduct investment business by the Bermuda Monetary Authority. This is not a recommendation, offer or solicitation to purchase or sell any security, commodity, currency or other instrument. The information provided herein does not consider specific objectives, circumstances or needs of individual recipients. The use of commodity or financial futures, foreign exchange contracts, investments and index contracts and options thereon involve special risks. Investors should be aware that the risk of loss from investing in these types of securities can be substantial and should therefore be able, financially and otherwise, to assume the risks of such transactions. Readers of this information should seek financial advice regarding the appropriateness of investing in any security, commodity, currency or derivative instrument or strategy contained herein.