'We expect lower economic growth and heightened uncertainty over the UK's future trade relationship with the EU'
Global bank with assets worth £1.9 trillion will relocate staff if UK leaves single market
The deal comes as estate agents and lenders turn to increasingly risky products to try to tempt buyers to the market
HSBC will incur a $585m pre-tax charge in the second quarter
Credit Suisse reported a loss of $311 million in the three months through March
Pretax profit fell to $6.1 billion from $7.1 billion a year earlier
'Why are they collecting this information at all? Why is gender important?'
The giant bank says it will cut maximum remuneration for executives by 7 per cent
Flint to step down, and his successor will also choose the new chief executive
HSBC starts hunt for new chairman; UBS chief takes home £10.2m; Britain’s rail regulator criticises complicated compensation rules
HSBC chairman Douglas Flint said the search process had begun headed by Sam Laidlaw, chair of the nomination committee, and senior independent non-executive director Rachel Lomax
Of those who tested the software, 83 per cent said it was more secure than passwords
FTSE 100 bosses warn Brexit would threaten investment in UK; HSBC profit falls; Trinity Mirror confirms launch of new title 'The New Day'
The results come after HSBC announced its intention to keep its headquarters in the UK
HSBC is first up on Monday