Important Notice - HSBC Bank Middle East plan to move Head Office from Jersey to the Dubai International Finance Centre (DIFC)

01 February 2016

HSBC Bank Middle East Limited ("HBME") has announced that, subject to regulatory approvals, it intends to move its place of incorporation and head office from Jersey, Channel Islands, to the Dubai International Financial Centre, following which it will become lead regulated by the Dubai Financial Services Authority. Please click here for further information.

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