Established in 1946, HSBC Trustee has been working with families around the world for 75 years to build bridges across generations of wealth.
Peter Wong Chairman, The Hongkong and Shanghai
Banking Corporation Limited
Flourishing through generations
The Ruttonjee-Shroff family have a long and fascinating history in Hong Kong. They share how they have worked with HSBC and sustained their legacy for over 130 years.
Continuing a family tradition of giving
Philanthropy is a proud family tradition for the Ruttonjee-Shroff family, a tribute to the success with which the family has passed down its philosophy of not just creating wealth but also giving back to the community.
Legacies evolve, values endure
At the heart of every successful family is a strong set of values and beliefs. For the Lok family, these values have been passed down through the generations, as has their ongoing relationship with HSBC, one that goes back to the construction of the HSBC Headquarters in Hong Kong.
Family above all else
The Lau family shares their thoughts on the key to balancing personal passion with family duty. By placing education as a priority and honouring family values, the family continues to bring new energy into the family business for future generations.
Nurturing family harmony
How do you maintain unity and harmony in a big family? The Lau family shows how the trust works as an umbrella, protecting the family and binding family members closer together.
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