Manufacturing & Industrials

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Why HSBC for Manufacturing & Industrials?


In-depth sector knowledge

Our team supports companies across the sector, from OEMs to component manufacturers. We work alongside local relationship directors to share our in-depth sector knowledge, leveraging our global network to help you achieve your goals.

Focus on ESG

Supporting the transition to net zero

We work closely with our colleagues in the infrastructure, technology, and sustainable finance sector teams to support customers as they adopt emerging technologies and sustainable processes that will help them in their transition to net zero.


The right connections

As part of our wider support for the sector, we actively and constructively engage with key industry bodies and other stakeholders to promote and champion UK Manufacturing.

Rohit Moudgil

Rohit Moudgil

Head of Manufacturing & Industrials Sector

Rohit is responsible for setting the overall sector strategy and works closely with local relationship directors and product teams across HSBC to deliver strategic financing and transaction banking solutions for clients. During a varied 20-year career in corporate banking, Rohit has worked extensively with internationally active large and medium-sized companies across multiple industrial sectors. As such, he brings a deep understanding of global trade, commodity finance and supply chain subject matters, which are extremely important for UK Manufacturing. Rohit is passionate about supporting UK manufacturing firms as they invest through business cycles to help them grow and become more resilient. Rohit has been with HSBC for 10 years and holds a First Class BSc (Hons) in Business Economics from Queen Mary, University of London.

Manufacturing & Industrials Insights

Webinar: How cutting-edge technologies are disrupting manufacturing

Alongside industry leaders, Rohit Moudgil joined a webinar hosted by our Technology Sector team to explore how a range of technologies, from the internet of things to automation, are disrupting the manufacturing sector. Click on the link to read some of the key insights from the webinar.

Please note that all information is correct as of 31.10.2022.

How manufacturing firms are adapting to succeed overseas

Our recent landmark report, Going Global for Growth, surveyed over 2,100 UK businesses – including manufacturing firms of various sizes – to find out how they are responding to the challenges of, and reaping the benefits from, international business. Find out more about the changes manufacturers are making to succeed in overseas markets, from rethinking the supply chain to finding new partners, in our summary article.

Manufacturing: The cost of doing business in the dark

Rising energy costs continue to put pressure on manufacturing firms. The Business Energy Bill Relief Scheme is providing some support but only on a short-term basis. So what can firms do to mitigate the impact of rising costs in the long-term?

Information correct as of 16 January 2023

Towards net zero in UK manufacturing *

Our partnership with UCL’s Institute for Sustainable Resources explores sector decarbonisation pathways, providing the insights and practical guidance that different sectors need, to embark on and pursue their net zero journeys. You can read the Manufacturing sector report at the link below:

* Focus on ESG

Today we finance a number of industries that significantly contribute to greenhouse gas emissions. We have a strategy to help our customers to reduce their emissions and to reduce our own. For more information visit

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