HSBC in Italy

HSBC Bank plc has operated in Italy since 1995. We offer a wide range of banking services through our branch in Milan and our rep office in Rome.

Our clients are large domestic firms, medium sized businesses with international operations, local branches of multinational companies, financial institutions and the public sector.

HSBC Italy's services include corporate credit and lending, trade and receivables financing, cash management, interest rates and foreign exchange risk management. We also operate in capital markets (equity and debt), as well as in mergers and acquisitions (M&A).

HSBC has a successful Export Finance business, and plays a critical role in funding Italian exports via ECA-backed structures.

HSBC provides a selection of account services and electronic transactions via the home banking platform (HSBCnet), host-to-host connectivity (HSBC Connect), and the payment system SWIFT.

Management team

Marzio Perrelli

CEO HSBC Italy

Marzio Perrelli has been working for HSBC since 2004.

In addition to his position as Country Manager, he is responsible for Global Banking and Markets covering Fixed Income, FX, Derivatives, Banking, Debt and Equity Capital Markets, M&A, Advisory, Transaction Banking, Project and Export Finance. Since January 2015, HSBC Italy has been offering Corporate Banking services, which he also manages.

Before joining HSBC, he worked at Goldman Sachs (Fixed Income Currencies and Commodities division) for 11 years in New York, then in London and Milan, where he was appointed CEO of the Italian headquarters in 2001.

He attended the Lycée Français Chateaubriand in Rome, receiving his high school diploma at the Accademie de Grenoble. He graduated in Economics and Business from Luiss University of Rome in 1992.

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