Star makes Far East connection with HSBC

June 1996
American Banker;6/25/1996, Vol. 161 Issue 121, p7
Trade Publication
Announces that Star Banc Corp. of Cincinnati, Ohio, has established a trade service agreement with Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corp. (HSBC), in Hong Kong, which will enable Star Bank to expand trade services for corporate clients in the Asia-Pacific region. Which banking services will be focused on by Star Banc; Background information on HSBC; Mention of other American banks expanding in Asia.


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