In her announcement video, Emma shows her excitement about working together, rooted in shared interests and values and committed to internationalism, inclusivity and opportunities for young people. HSBC is a partner to five Olympic sports – golf, rugby sevens, tennis, badminton and soccer. Underpinning this support is a commitment to future generations and a sustainable and accessible future for sport.
The Bank strives to open a world of opportunity to our clients and communities around the world. From focusing on supporting grassroots initiatives that help children see the physical and mental benefits of sport, to opening up participation and enjoyment of sport to a wider audience.
HSBC is the Official Banking Partner of The Championships, Wimbledon. It has supported the Ticket Resale Scheme since 2010 and generated £1.8million, with each ticket resold helping charities through the Wimbledon Foundation, creating more opportunities for local communities and the next generation of tennis players. Initiatives like Give It Your Max have benefited from this support, opening up tennis to more kids in inner-city schools. Since 2004, the bank has also presented the Mexico Telcel.
HSBC supports young clients in 64 countries and territories who, like Emma, are looking for a bank to help them open the opportunities they care about, whether it’s starting university, traveling or just getting started managing their own money.
Noel Quinn, HSBC Global Chief Executive said: “HSBC has had a long standing relationship with Emma and her family for many years. We are very proud of Emma and what she has already achieved in her professional career. We also believe that there are some really great and innovative ways we can work with her to inspire and educate young people, which is why we are very excited about this new long-term partnership.”
Emma said: “Partnering with HSBC comes so naturally to me as I grew up on the HSBC Road to Wimbledon and have been a customer for many years. If I wasn’t a tennis player I would definitely want to work in finance so I look forward to learning more about the industry in the years to come. We’re working on some really cool ideas and I’m particularly looking forward to working on initiatives that help young people such as B. Financial literacy, but watch this space!” .
Timeline of Emma’s relationship with HSBC:
- 2015: Emma wins the HSBC Road To Wimbledon South-East Regional Qualifier at West Worthing Tennis and Squash Club
- 2021: HSBC is the official bench partner of the Championships, Wimbledon when Emma breaks through on the SW19 courts
- 2021: HSBC ambassador Tim Henman coaches Emma at the US Open
- 2022: HSBC announces partnership with Emma
HSBC works with some of the most international esports partners to open up a world of opportunity in esports. The bank’s global sponsorship program also includes partnerships with golf, rugby sevens, badminton, Tottenham Hotspur Football Club and esports.
HSBC Holdings plc
HSBC Holdings plc, the parent company of the HSBC Group, is headquartered in London. The HSBC Group serves customers worldwide from offices in 64 countries and territories in its geographical regions: Europe, Asia, North America, Latin America and the Middle East and North Africa. With assets of $3,021 billion as of March 31, 2022, HSBC is one of the world’s largest banking and financial services companies.
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