HSBC Holdings PLC (HSBA.L)
20 Mar 2018
* HSBC HOLDINGS PLC ( "COMPANY") INTENDS TO ISSUE FOLLOWING PERPETUAL SUBORDINATED CONTINGENT CONVERTIBLE SECURITIES:
* ON 23 MAR CO INTENDS TO ISSUE US$2.25 BILLION 6.250% PERPETUAL SUBORDINATED CONTINGENT CONVERTIBLE SECURITIES
LONDON HSBC will reveal a gender pay gap of 59 percent at its main UK banking operation, the biggest yet disclosed by a British bank, according to a copy of the lender's report on the subject seen by Reuters on Thursday ahead of its publication.
* HSBC said number of firms affected a small part of client base
* HSBC HOLDINGS PLC FILES FOR POTENTIAL MIXED SHELF OFFERING; SIZE NOT DISCLOSED Source text: (http://bit.ly/2BPeIoi) Further company coverage:
* HSBC HOLDINGS PLC - PHILLIP AMEEN, JOACHIM FABER AND JOHN LIPSKY WILL RETIRE AS NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS AT END OF THEIR CURRENT TERMS OF OFFICE
LONDON European shares rose on Tuesday thanks to a slew of well-received results, though banks were a weak spot after HSBC reported weaker than expected earnings and said it needed as much as $7 billion of fresh capital.
* Fidessa soars on possible takeover offer from Temenos (Adds graphic and details, updates prices at close)
HONG KONG/LONDON HSBC Holdings reported a smaller than expected rise in annual profits and unveiled plans to raise up to $7 billion to bolster its capital, as CEO Stuart Gulliver hands over to a new leadership team on Tuesday. | Video
LONDON (Reuters Breakingviews) - Stuart Gulliver claims to have left behind a “simpler, stronger” bank than the one he took charge of in January 2011. The departing HSBC chief executive is mostly right. He has shrunk the Asia-focused lender’s geographical footprint and boosted its common equity Tier 1 capital ratio to a hefty 14.5 percent. Though return on equity fell short of Gulliver’s target last year, following winds should help his successor clear that hurdle.
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