Since 2016, HSBC has partnered with The Alan Turing Institute to develop an advanced programme of research in finance and economics. Our collaboration continues to develop new methods to protect and gain insight from financial data, helping to connect people to new ideas and opportunities across the world.

In 2022 we begun the next phase of our partnership with the goal of developing safe and secure data sharing techniques, using leading-edge Privacy-Enhancing Technologies (PETs). These include the use of synthetic data, homomorphic encryption and multi-party computation. Our partnership is also creating opportunities for a diverse range of students to learn and contribute through a number of Turing Intern positions hosted at HSBC.

Funded research