HSBC Holdings PLC, Europe’s biggest bank by market value, said Thursday it plans to open branches in Tokyo, Osaka and other large cities in Japan to grab a greater share of private assets.
The bank will offer wealth management services starting in January through its network, it said in a statement sent to Bloomberg News. The plan is subject to approval by Japanese regulators, London-based HSBC said.
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