HSBC - HDPI

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Slow but a good place to be

Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)

ProsEmployee focus is very good. Its a huge organisation, so lot of opportunities, if you work hard & look around.

ConsDecision making takes time. And a lot of time. Tenure is not a highly valued organisation asset and this leads to loss of good staff. New blood is important, but you also need the guys who knows the nuts & bolts of the company

Advice to Senior ManagementIf we are quicker in taking decisions, maybe we can move faster. Strategies, directions, initiatives change even before they can start delivering value. Give things a chance to grow and lets not expect overnight growth like the bean stalk that Jack got !

Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    Very Good

    Anonymous Employee (Former Employee) Calcutta (India)

    I worked at HSBC - HDPI

    Pros: A very lively environment. Good people and management team. Very helpful.… Cons: There are not a lot of cons to working with HSBC -… Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend More

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    Satisfactory

    Assistant Manager (Current Employee) Bangalore (India)

    I have been working at HSBC - HDPI

    Pros: Culture, Benefits, Brand Name , International exposure Cons: Huge hierarchy, Buereaucracy, Huge Processes, Too many stake holders to… Advice to Senior Management: Too many top level management folks who are quite unnecessary to do the Job. Cut… More

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