Update Note

HSBC car loans were sold to Santander USA in 2010 :: Most HSBC credit cards became Capital One credit cards in 2012 :: HSBC horrible predatory home mortgages are in run-off

AN open letter to HSBC’s Alex Hungate

Alex Hungate said: “I want to help HSBC grow by maintaining a relentless focus on the needs of its customers. In this role, with its combination of global leadership of the Personal Financial Services business plus the marketing function, I want to ensure that our...
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Credit card asset backed securities examined

Recent problems in the subprime sector spread around the world very quickly. Then the problems spread to Alt-A mortgages. Cash strapped borrowers with second mortgages and adjustable rate mortgages caught the attention of the world. By the morning of August 9, 2007, something else caught...
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Reuters Alex Hungate Moves to HSBC

Here is an article that caught our eye, given the number of self-seve self-centered articles we already see about HSBC. Are you sick and tired of PR Newswire articles, half of which are actually self-serving advertising generated by HSBC North America and HSBC Finance Corporation?
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HSBC Involved With Accredited Home Lenders

HSBC bought subprime loans from troubled lender Accredited Home Lenders, but stopped buying subprime loans in April 2007. (sidenote: Bobby Mehta stepped down as chief executive of HSBC Finance Corp. and as head of HSBC North America on February 15, 2007.)
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