Stocks and Financial Services Press Releases Tuesday April 1, 2008 10:08
HSBC in Thailand is offering HSBC cardholders a bundle of 5% cash back promotions to help lower living costs when they spend on gasoline, dining and hypermarket shopping for the rest of 2008.

HSBC card members will receive 5% cash back for every 3,000 baht accumulated purchases per month at every Tesco Lotus branch nationwide. They will also enjoy 5% cash credit for every accumulated 2,500 baht spent at least 3 times a month in restaurants in Thailand from now until 30 June 2008. Additionally, HSBC cardholders who love to drive will earn 5% cash back for every 800 baht spent at any PTT gas station nationwide throughout 2008.

Media enquiries to Varanandha Sutthapreeda on 0-2614-4609 or Savittree Muadmuang on 0-2614-4606.
Notes to editors:
1. HSBC in Thailand

HSBC was established as the first commercial bank in Thailand in 1888. With access to global expertise and enriched local knowledge, HSBC in Thailand provides a full range of financial services including corporate and institutional banking, global markets, securities services, trade finance, payment and cash management services to corporate customers; personal financial services and credit cards to a growing retail customer base in Thailand. HSBC is globally recognised for its high service standards, ethical practices and full commitment to corporate social responsibilities to benefit the local economy.

2. HSBC Holdings plc or the HSBC Group

Headquartered in London, the HSBC Group is one of the largest banking and financial services organisations in the world. The Group’s international network comprises around 10,000 offices in 83 countries and territories in Europe, the Asia-Pacific region, the Americas, the Middle East and Africa, serves over 128 million customers and has assets of US$2,534 billion as at 31 December 2007. The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited is the founding and principal member of the HSBC Group.

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