Businesses attracted to the many opportunities in Indonesia require a bank that offers a combination of global scale and local expertise. At HSBC we offer international subsidiary banking (ISB) services that help you when expanding to a new country like Indonesia. Our ISB teams work with businesses all over the world, including Europe, the US and Asia. We have a network of local, regional and global relationship managers that ensures all your needs are met, whether that’s accessing flexible financing solutions, optimizing your working capital or streamlining your finances. You can leverage our global network to help you identify new growth opportunities in new markets.
HSBC is the longest-serving international bank in Indonesia and in Southeast Asia as a whole.19 We have more than 40 branches across more than 20 cities in the country. HSBC Indonesia’s track record serving a wide range of banking solutions to our Indonesian clients is unparalleled, and we keep ahead of market trends, especially in extending innovative proposition spanning across, but not limited to, cash management, trade & supply chain, foreign exchange, credit & lending, and debt & capital market, and investment banking.
Our HSBCnet platform is an online service that helps you keep pace with the fast-moving world of digital banking. It offers powerful, intuitive tools that give you total visibility of your global finances, trade transactions and FX positions, supported by 24/7 customer service and offering seamless connectivity. We reduce friction when trading across borders by cutting down on manual tasks and offering cost reduction and the enhanced return of surplus funds.
HSBC has been connecting Indonesia to global businesses since it opened its first bank branch in Jakarta in 1884. We were the first international bank to be locally incorporated in Indonesia and our services spans across corporate, retail, and investment banking. We combine exceptional banking capabilities and global expertise with extensive local knowledge and employ more than 2,000 people in Indonesia.
“Expanding a business to Indonesia can bring great opportunities, but it is not without its challenges, particularly due to the country’s complex market and vast geography,” Charles Kho, Head of Multinational Corporates and International Subsidiary Banking, HSBC Indonesia. “However, partnering with an experienced institution like HSBC can help overcome these hurdles. With its long-standing presence in the Indonesian market, HSBC can provide businesses with a unique combination of global scale and local expertise. Through its International Banking Subsidiary services, businesses can leverage HSBC’s network to access flexible financing solutions, optimize working capital and streamline finances. With innovative propositions and a strong track record, HSBC can be an invaluable partner for businesses looking to expand into Indonesia."20