The Straits Times After virus disruption, HSBC moves into new head office at MBFC
SINGAPORE - The start of phase two of the country's reopening yesterday has finally allowed HSBC Singapore to step up its move to the top floors of Marina Bay Financial Centre (MBFC) Tower 2.
The bank announced the relocation of its head office in September 2018 and initiated six months of renovation. This produced bright, modern work stations interspersed with informal meeting spaces, with sweeping views of Marina Bay, East Coast, Sentosa and beyond.
HSBC Singapore’s headquarters has been at 21 Collyer Quay since 1890. HSBC’s relocation of its head office is part of their aim to invest in the upgrading of HSBC premises across Singapore which includes its offices in Mapletree Business City and Claymore Branch and to also enable them to further service clients.
When Singapore started its phase two economic reopening on June 19, HSBC employees have started relocating into their brand new office location at Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 2. Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 2 is a 50-storey building on 10 Marina Boulevard and is part of the larger Marina Bay Financial Centre. Just like Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 1, MBFC tower 2 also features environmentally friendly architectural features such as energy-saving ventilation systems and sky terraces in order to decrease the building’s ambient temperature.
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Some of the features of HSBC’s new workspace include the following: all meeting rooms have video conferencing facilities, laptops for all employees to allow flexibility and mobility, a plug-and-play desk concept so employees can plug-in at any workstation, meeting room and collaboration area seamlessly, no desk phones (unless required) as the use of softphones is encouraged, going paperless with fewer printers in the offices and the use of presentation screens in collaboration areas, a brand new client floor on the top floor of MBFC Tower 2 which houses more than 10 client meeting suites and two dining rooms, and the design of the offices has strong elements of trade reflecting HSBC’s heritage as a trade bank and the future through its focus on technology and sustainability.