Keep up to date with the latest on ASEAN news, regulations and outlooks
Investing in ASEAN 2022 | 2023
With its young population, abundant natural resources, and fast developing digital infrastructure, Southeast Asia is set to become one of the world's largest single market by 2030. The 10th edition of "Investing in ASEAN" looks at the exciting economic prospects and opportunities for businesses to expand in the region.
Find out more by downloading the full version of "Investing in ASEAN" report.
Connecting EU and UK Businesses to Growth Opportunities in ASEAN
As businesses look to expand trade and investment in Southeast Asia, industry and government leaders from Europe and ASEAN discussed the latest trends, trading environment and investment opportunities for businesses to leverage and thrive in the ASEAN region.
- Rise of ASEAN’s digital economy
- ASEAN as a global manufacturing hub
- Sustainable supply chains for the future
Path to net zero : capturing opportunities across ASEAN
The impact of COVID-19 has reinforced the importance of sustainability in economic growth and energised the movement toward net zero emissions. HSBC recently hosted a webinar featuring expert speakers from across ASEAN to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing regional businesses as they transition to become more sustainable.
Investing in ASEAN 2021 | 2022
ASEAN’s strength comes from its diversity and this creates vast and varied business opportunities. Strategically located in Asia, ASEAN is well positioned to serve as the hub for regional and global multinational companies. As a community, ASEAN Member States are working together to create an environment for businesses to thrive, and the ongoing focus on free trade agreements (FTAs) enhance the region’s competitive advantage as a premier destination for trade and investment from companies around the world.
Find out more by about Investing in ASEAN by downloading the full report.
Record year for ASEAN Green, Social, Sustainability Debt Issuance: Report
Climate Bonds Initiative, supported by HSBC, launched the ASEAN Sustainable Finance State of the Market 2020 report. The report outlines regional and national developments covering three overarching debt themes based on the projects, assets and activities financed: Green, Social, and Sustainability (GSS).The report also highlights key policy developments that are anticipated to drive ASEAN’s sustainable finance market.
Start of a New Era
As we look to a new era of business and trade we sit down with HSBC experts to get their views and outlook for business in Asia Pacific, including how they are rebuilding to adapt to the new normal and what the recent signing of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) means for businesses across the region.
- Frederic Neumann, Co-Head of Asian Economics, Global Research, HSBC
- Stuart Tait, Regional Head of Commercial Banking, Asia-Pacific, HSBC
- Tony Cripps, Chief Executive Officer, HSBC Singapore
Listen to 'HSBC Business Talks - Asia Pacific' on:
Apple Podcasts: Listen here
Spotify: Listen here
Google Podcasts: Listen here
In partnership with The Economist Group
At HSBC, we have been helping businesses create opportunities in new places and helping new relationships flourish for over 130 years. Our selection of articles and videos in partnership with The Economist Group respond to potential opportunities by examining a sample of key initiatives and emerging themes.
Read more about ASEAN news
- How can Southeast Asia get real on the digital economy?
Interested in expanding your business to ASEAN?
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)
The content on this page (“ASEAN website”) was prepared by HSBC Bank (Vietnam) Ltd.
The information contained in this ASEAN website is derived from sources we believe to be reliable but which we have not independently verified. HSBC makes no representation or warranty (express or implied) of any nature nor is any responsibility of any kind accepted with respect to the completeness or accuracy of any information, projection, representation or warranty (expressed or implied) in, or omission from, this ASEAN website. No liability is accepted whatsoever for any direct, indirect or consequential loss (whether arising in contract, tort or otherwise) arising from the use of or reliance on this ASEAN website or any information contained herein by the recipient or any third party. If you seek to rely in any way whatsoever upon any content contained in this ASEAN website, you do so at your own risk.
This ASEAN website does not constitute an offer or solicitation for, or advice that you should enter into or start using, any of the arrangement, product or services mentioned in this ASEAN website. Recipients should not rely on this ASEAN website in making any decisions and they should make their own independent appraisal of and investigations into the information described in this ASEAN website. No consideration has been given to the particular business objectives, financial situation or particular needs of any recipient. Any examples given are for the purposes of illustration only.
All the information set out in this ASEAN website is provided in good faith to the best of HSBC’s knowledge and understanding of the current law, rules, regulations, directions and guidelines governing or otherwise applicable to the relevant services offered by HSBC but HSBC makes no guarantee, representation or warranty and accepts no liability as to its accuracy or completeness. Future changes in such law, rules, regulations etc. could affect the information in this ASEAN website but HSBC is under no obligation to keep this information current or to update it. Expressions of opinion are those of HSBC only and are subject to change without notice.
Copyright © HSBC Bank (Vietnam) Ltd. All rights reserved. No part of this ASEAN website may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, on any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of HSBC.
Issued by HSBC Bank (Vietnam) Ltd. The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited is incorporated in the Hong Kong SAR with limited liability.
References for figures displayed in HSBC advertisements in Bloomberg sites:
ASEAN’s digital economy is set to double to over USD350 billion by 20251
ASEAN is thriving as the world’s fastest growing trade bloc2
A greener ASEAN offers a trillion-dollar opportunity by 2030 3
2 HKTDC Research ASEAN: Market Profile, 2021, ISEAS
Get in touch to learn more about our banking solutions and how we can help you drive your business forward.