HSBC reveals customer information leak

Raymond Hainey reports:

HSBC Bermuda yesterday apologised after it e-mailed personal information on customers to other account holders.

The e-mails contained names, e-mail addresses, countries of residence, the name of the customers’ relationship manager and HSBC customer identification numbers.

Now the bank has launched an investigation to find out how the personal details — attached to an e-mail about HSBC world selection portfolios — were released to third parties.


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