With effect from Saturday 30 November 2002, HSBC Investment Bank plc will transfer its investment banking business to HSBC Bank plc ("HSBC" or "the firm") in accordance with the HSBC Investment Banking Act 2002 ("the Act").
As a result of the succession of business under the Act all existing codes, including CREST code 118, will transfer to HSBC. This includes all settled and unsettled business. The codes transferring are highlighted in bold below.
The firm will continue to act as a broker dealer in a principal and agency capacity in UK domestic and international securities, and continues to have access to the SETS and International Order Book. HSBC will continue to act as a market maker and has the ability to enter orders in the International Retail Service ("IRS").
|Issued by: Trader Access & Sales|
|Contact: 020 7797 3232 or STX 33232|
|Issue date: 29 November 2002|
|Issue number: 2002/165|
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