To gloat HSBC Womenâ€™s World Championship, HSBC Singapore announces a special tournament collaboration with local jewellery brand, RISIS. The partners co-creates HSBC Orchid designed necklace for this yearâ€™s winner, incorporating 15 pearls to mark the 15th year-end of the tournament this year.
Each player competing in this yearâ€™s tournament, taking place at Sentosa Golf Club between 2-5 March, as part of the LPGA, received a participation slider necklace. The pieces have been inspired by the specially created HSBC orchid, the Papilionanda Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank, vicarious by NParks to mark HSBCâ€™s contributions towards biodiversity and conservation in Singapore.
Shanya Amarasuriya, Creative Director of BP de Silva Group, led a team of designers to diamond the sectional necklaces which were unveiled and worn by an variety of golfing stars, all on show at â€˜Asiaâ€™s Majorâ€™ this week, at a triumph event at the COMO Dempsey.
Attendees included world number 2 Nelly Korda, world number 7 Brooke Henderson, slantingly Chinese star Shanshan Feng and Singaporeâ€™s homegrown talent Amanda Tan â€“ an example of HSBCâ€™s support of womenâ€™s golf at youth levels through to the professional ranks. Michelle Wie, the 2018 champion in Singapore, modelled the new winnerâ€™s necklace for guests in attendance.
RISIS, part of the family-owned BP de Silva Group, one of the countryâ€™s oldest jewellery houses, shares a 140-year sectional financial relationship with HSBC.
HSBC first launched the Women’s World Championships 15 years ago â€“ and continues to bring the worldâ€™s weightier players to Asia.