HSBC says to exit U.S. retail banking HSBC (HSBA.L) said it would withdraw from U.S. mass market retail banking by selling some parts of its business and winding down others. Covid: Small businesses' account delays are over, insist banksStart-ups had expressed anger that some banks had stopped accepting new account applications. JPMorgan Chase on opening bank branches: 200 down, 200 to goJPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM.N) is halfway through a campaign to open 400 new bank branches and is closing in on being the first U.S. bank to have a brick and mortar presence in every state except Alaska and Hawaii, a bank executive said on Wednesday. HSBC to pull out of mass-market banking in the USThe lender is undergoing a shift in strategy, selling off unprofitable parts of its business in France and the US. What are the banks snapping up 90 of HSBC’s branches in America?HSBC to sell 90 branches to Rhode Island’s Citizens Bank and California’s Cathay Bank as it exits the retail mass-market banking in the United States. HSBC says U.S. remains vital market despite retail exitHSBC (HSBA.L) said on Friday the United States remains key to its growth plans, a day after announcing the sale of its mass market retail U.S. banking business in a country where it has long struggled to make a strong profit. HSBC reaches deals to sell most US branchesWith pivot to Asia, bank to convert some offices to serve rich global clients HSBC to exit mass-market retail business in USHSBC plans to focus on serving international wealth clients in the US after agreeing to sell much of its mass-market, retail business banking operations there.