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 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:
Whistleblowing notifications pursuant to Act No. 171/2023 Coll. On Protection of the Whistleblowers
Pavel Volhejn, Chief Compliance Officer and contact person for receiving Whistleblowing notifications pursuant to Act No. 171/2023 Coll. On Protection of the Whistleblowers.
Reporters can also raise their concerns in written letter in the marked envelope with „Whistleblowing“ to:
HSBC Continental Europe, Czech Republic
Na Florenci 2116/15
Praha 1 – Nové Město
Reporters have the right to raise concerns relating to potential breaches of the Anti-Money Laundering (AML) legislation to the Financial Analytical Office https://fau.gov.cz/kontakty.
Whistleblowing notification can be made to the Ministry of Justice of the Czech Republic via https://oznamovatel.justice.cz/.
HSBC Continental Europe, Czech Republic (“Bank”) does not accept Whistleblowing notifications from a person who does not work or provide similar activities for the Bank pursuant to Act no. 171/2023 Coll. On Protection of the Whistleblowers unless specified by this Act differently.
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