HSBC Malaysia's chief executive officer Stuart Milne (pic) said the future of banking is all about digital enablement and HSBC intends to be a leader in this space.亚马逊云账号（www.2km.me）提供aws账号、aws全区号、aws32v账号、亚马逊云账号出售，提供api ，质量稳定，数量持续。另有售azure oracle linode等账号.
PETALING JAYA: HSBC Bank Malaysia Bhd is strengthening its digital capabilities as it builds partnerships with key players in the digital space.
The bank’s chief executive officer Stuart Milne said the future of banking is all about digital enablement and HSBC intends to be a leader in this space.
“While we continuously enhance our digital innovations and features to provide a more convenient and seamless banking experience for our customers, we are also digital innovators that are going beyond banking to create end-to-end strategic digital solutions that add value to our customers across the spectrum – from our employees, to our retail and wholesale customers,” he told StarBiz.He expects more than 90% of HSBC’s corporate transactions in Malaysia to be done via digital channels by year-end.
More than 90% of retail transactions of the bank would be on digital channels by the end of next year, he added.
Therefore, Milne said the bank was looking at growing its tech investment in a range of initiatives to make it easy for customers to bank with HSBC and grow their business.
HSBC is the first bank in the country to launch a digital account opening journey with a 24/7 self-service machine for identification and verification process.HSBC Malaysia building
It also executed the first ever live blockchain letter-of-credit transaction in 2019 and has commercialised this technology in Malaysia.
He said it looks to build more partnerships with key players in the digital ecosystem in areas such as co-creation as well as other collaborative initiatives to help local businesses thrive.
HSBC Malaysia inked its first memorandum of understanding with the Malaysia Digital Economy Corp (MDEC) last year focusing on enhancing the adoption of technology among small-and-medium enterprises (SMEs), large local corporates and multinational companies in the country.
On climate and sustainability finance, Milne said HSBC was committed to becoming a net zero bank, reducing its footprint through its operations, supply chain and financing portfolio.
“Being net zero means reducing the emissions we add to the atmosphere while increasing the amount we remove, so we achieve a balance that protects the planet.
“We see our role as being here to help finance the transition to net zero. That’s why we’ve committed up to US$1 trillion (RM4.18 trillion) in investments, loans and capital raising by 2030.
“In Malaysia, HSBC has been at the forefront of driving the sustainable finance agenda, helping to build a thriving, resilient future for society and businesses,” he added.