With effect from the start of business on Monday 29 March 2004, HSBC Bank plc ("HSBC" or "the firm") transferred its convertible bond business, in which it acts in a principal capacity, from the trading codes listed below, to those used by its Gilt-Edged Market Maker highlighted in bold:
Firm code: 118
CREST code: 118
SEAQ code: HSBC
BIC code: JCAPGB2L
HSBC continues to act as a broker dealer in an agency and principal capacity and as a market maker, in UK domestic, international, fixed interest and gilt-edged securities. The firm continues to trade in warrants and traditional options, and continues to have access to SETS, SETSmm, and the International Order Book.
HSBC continues to be a registered participant in the International Retail Service with the ability to trade report only.
|Issued by: Client Implementation Team|
|Contact: 020 7797 3232|
|Issue date: 29 March 2004|
|Issue number: 2004/039|
The Exchange accepts no responsibility for the content of the website you are now accessing or for any reliance placed by you or any person on the information contained on it.
By allowing this link the Exchange does not intend in any country, directly or indirectly, to solicit business or offer any securities to any person.
You will be redirected in five seconds.
You are accessing the London Stock Exchange Annual Report Service powered by PrecisionIR.
The Exchange accepts no responsibility for the content of the reports you are now accessing or for any reliance placed by you or any person on the information contained therein.
You will be redirected in five seconds