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HSBC Bank Argentina S.A. is the principal HSBC operating company in Argentina. The seventh-largest bank in the country, it provides a full range of banking and financial products and services, including commercial, consumer and corporate banking, to over 1.2 million customers.


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HSBC Bank Argentina S.A. provides various banking products and services. The company accepts savings and time-deposit accounts; and offers personal and secured loans. It also provides credit card, small and medium enterprise banking, payroll, asset management, leasing, investment banking, life and equity insurance ...


HSBC Bank Argentina is a local bank that provides a complete line of banking products and services in the area of personal banking, corporate banking and insurance, including credit cards, leasing, vendor payments, liquid assets and investment se.


Sep 2, 2015 ... Argentina's central bank is cracking down on the banking giant HSBC amid a multi-billion-dollar tax evasion scandal. It has demanded that the British lender's local unit president be replaced within 24 hours.


1°): HSBC Bank Argentina S.A., es una sociedad anónima constituida bajo las leyes de la República Argentina. Sus operaciones son independientes de otras compañías del Grupo HSBC. Los accionistas limitan su responsabilidad al capital aportado. Línea gratuita Centro de Atención al Cliente HSBC 0800-333- 0003.


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Mar 9, 2015 ... Argentina has challenged HSBC to publicly denounce alleged tax evasion at the bank's Argentine subsidiary, saying not doing so would be an act of "financial piracy". Tax authorities in Buenos Aires have launched proceedings against HSBC Argentina, claiming it helped thousands of wealthy Argentinians ...


Sep 2, 2015 ... HSBC Argentina sent aproposal to the country's central bank on Wednesday that wouldallow its general manager to continue carrying out the executivefunctions of the bank, as the state locks horns with HSBC overmoney laundering charges.