HSBC Makes $750,000 Grant to Virtual Enterprises International

By May 16, 2018 News

Maureen Gillan-Myer, Executive Vice President, Head of Human Resources USA, HSBC Bank USA addressing thousands of VE students at the 2018 Youth Business Summit.

Marking a new stage in the more than 20-year partnership with VEI, HSBC announced a $750,000 grant in support of bringing the VE program to an additional 150 schools nationwide.

Maureen Gillan-Myer, Head of Human Resources, HSBC USA, spoke at the 2018 Youth Business Summit to thousands of students from around the world about the relationship between HSBC and VEI:

“What has been especially meaningful to us is that through VEI we are able to offer our employees an opportunity to bring their expertise directly into the classroom to support some very talented young people who may become the business leaders of the future.”

Iris Blanc, Executive Director of VEI, added:

“HSBC is making it possible for us to teach thousands more students about business by running one themselves. After they complete our programme, our students are equipped with leading-edge business experience that they can use in their college and business careers.”

Read more about the partnership here: