HSBC in the Czech Republic

HSBC in the Czech Republic is a part of the global banking and financial organisation – the HSBC Group.

HSBC was established in 1865 as the Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited. Now the HSBC Group is one of the world's largest banking and financial services organisations.

HSBC Bank plc has been operating in the Czech Republic since May 1997. Today, HSBC is an established provider of financial services, offering a range of wholesale banking services for corporate and institutional customers.

HSBC in the Czech Republic is now offering the following groups of services:

  • Corporate Banking
  • Financial Services for Promoting International Trade
  • Treasury Services
  • Cash Management

Key information

HSBC Bank plc – Prague Branch
Florentinum, Building A
Na Florenci 2116/15
110 00 Praha 1 – Nové město
Czech Republic
E-mail: customerserviscz@hsbc.com

Management team

  • Michael Hordley, Chief Executive Officer & Head of Wholesale Banking
  • Simon Scott, Chief Operating Officer
  • Kent Holt, Head of Corporate & Structured Banking
  • Pavel Koblížek, Head of Financial Control
  • Jitka Kočárníková, Head of Regulatory Compliance
  • Lukáš Ešner, Country Head of Financial Crime Compliance
  • Filip Koutný, Head of Global Markets
  • Pavel Šlancar, Head of Risk Management
  • Martina Suchomelová, Head of Human Resources
  • Jiří Zeman, Head of Legal

General information

Bank Information
Registration (PDF, 24KB)

Protection and privacy

Conflicts of Interest Policy (PDF, 11KB)
Complaint Rules (PDF, 27KB)
International Payment transactions - SWIFT (PDF, 12KB)

For details about HSBC’s global operations, Group board members and financial results, go to our corporate website . Please note that this is English only.

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