How to use the Newsroom
This site is designed primarily to help journalists, bloggers and commentators who are looking for the latest HSBC news, views and comments. If you are looking for specific information about our products and services please visit the HSBC website.
For Bloggers / Journalists:
Press releases are featured in the "breaking news" on the homepage and published separately in the "press area" section, however, please feel free to use content from any part of the site.
All the content on this site is licensed under the creative commons license agreement at the point of publication.
The @hsbc_uk_press Twitter account is managed by the Personal Finance Press Team. We do not use any automation tools to post content. We update and monitor our Twitter account during office hours, Monday to Friday. If you chose to follow us, you can expect between 2 - 10 tweets a day on:
- Latest news, views and information on HSBC Bank UK
- Alerts about new content on our other digital channels (news, comment, research, community and environmental campaigns, history projects etc)
- Live coverage of HSBC events or events where our staff are participating
We welcome feedback and ideas from all our followers, and endeavour to join the conversation where possible. However, we are not able to reply individually to all the messages we receive via Twitter.
The HSBC Press Team reads all @replies and direct messages (DM) and ensures that any emerging themes or helpful suggestions are passed to the relevant people at HSBC.
We do not automatically follow back new followers. Being followed back does not imply endorsement of any kind.
If you want to download our photos, you can click on any individual photo to see an enlarged version. Feel free to cut and paste from there if you don't need a hi-res version. If you need it to be bigger, just follow the link to our Flickr page where you can download any of our photos for free.
We host all our videos on YouTube, if you want to share or use them, please feel free using the links which YouTube provides. Just click on the logo to visit our YouTube page.
The site generates a news feed (also called an RSS feed) which you can subscribe to by clicking on the logo that looks like this: . This feed will automatically update your newsreader (including some email programs) with any new posts on the site.
Alternatively, if you are only interested in certain topics, you can use our "tag cloud" to select a topic (just click on the word which interests you) and subscribe using the orange RSS logo on the page which follows.
This social media newsroom has been designed to provide you with the latest news, views and information on HSBC. If you have any feedback, or want to suggest ways we can improve this site, please don't hesitate to send an email to the team firstname.lastname@example.org