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HSBC and RISIS co-creates a bespoke HSBC Orchid designed necklace for this years HSBC Womens World Championship

HSBC and RISIS co-creates a bespoke HSBC Orchid designed necklace for this years HSBC Womens World Championship
HSBC and RISIS co-creates a bespoke HSBC Orchid designed necklace for this year’s HSBC Women’s World Championship - Alvinology

To gloat HSBC Women’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 year’s winner, incorporating 15 pearls to mark the 15th year-end of the tournament this year.

HSBC and RISIS co-creates a bespoke HSBC Orchid designed necklace for this year’s HSBC Women’s World Championship - Alvinology
HSBC and RISIS co-created a bespoke HSBC Orchid designed necklace for this year’s winner, incorporating 15 pearls to mark the 15th tournament anniversary

Each player competing in this year’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 HSBC’s contributions towards biodiversity and conservation in Singapore.

HSBC and RISIS co-creates a bespoke HSBC Orchid designed necklace for this year’s HSBC Women’s World Championship - Alvinology
SINGAPORE, SINGAPORE – FEBRUARY 28: (L-R) Shanshan Feng of China, Amanda Tan of Singapore, Shi Yuting of China, Yu Liu of China, Jessica Korda of The United States, Michelle Wie of The United States, Nelly Korda of The United States, Brooke Henderson of Canada, Mao Saigo of Japan and Tiffany Chan of Hong Kong pose for a photo at the unveiling of the HSBC Women’s World Championship 15th year-end necklace on February 28, 2023 in Singapore. (Photo by Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images)

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 ‘Asia’s Major’ 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 Singapore’s homegrown talent Amanda Tan – an example of HSBC’s support of women’s golf at youth levels through to the professional ranks. Michelle Wie, the 2018 champion in Singapore, modelled the new winner’s necklace for guests in attendance.

HSBC and RISIS co-creates a bespoke HSBC Orchid designed necklace for this year’s HSBC Women’s World Championship - Alvinology
SINGAPORE, SINGAPORE – FEBRUARY 28: Shanya Amarasuriya, Creative Director of B.P. de Silva Group, Michelle Wie of The United States and Wong Kee Joo, CEO of HSBC Singapore pose for a photo at the unveiling of the HSBC Women’s World Championship 15th year-end necklace at Como Dempsey on February 28, 2023 in Singapore. (Photo by Andrew Redington/Getty Images)

RISIS, part of the family-owned BP de Silva Group, one of the country’s oldest jewellery houses, shares a 140-year sectional financial relationship with HSBC.

HSBC first launched the Women’s World Championships 15 years ago – and continues to bring the world’s weightier players to Asia.

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