Open your first HSBC Expat account and get £200 on us1

The world is your neighbourhood

 

Limited offer ends 31 March.

Terms and conditions apply (PDF)

An HSBC Expat account is the go-to place to manage all your financial needs

  • get £200 when you fund £50,000 and register for digital banking within 3 months of opening your first account1
  • earn an extra 0.20% AER / gross interest on top of our standard rate selected Fixed Term Deposits opened within 90 days of opening your Expat bank account2
  • open a current account in GBP, USD and EUR
  • multicurrency savings accounts in 19 currencies
  • access exclusive exchange rates through the HSBC Expat FX app
  • invest in global investment funds
  • enjoy complimentary travel security services from WorldAware®
  • manage your money with the help of a Premier Relationship Manager

Is it for me?

New HSBC Expat customers must be 18 years or over, currently live or be situated in an eligible country or region, and meet one of these criteria:
  • hold a minimum of £50,000 (or currency equivalent) with us
  • have a sole salary of £100,000 (or currency equivalent)
  • have already qualified for HSBC Premier in another country / region

Additional information

1. Or currency equivalent. £200 cashback offer available for new HSBC Expat Premier customers only. You must fund your HSBC Expat Bank account and register for digital banking within 3 months of opening your account. This offer could be withdrawn early. Terms and conditions apply (PDF)

2. New HSBC Expat customers only. You must open a Fixed Term Deposit account via your Relationship Manager within 90 days of opening your Expat bank account. This offer could be withdrawn early. Terms and conditions apply (PDF) There is a £50 charge payable for early closures of Fixed Term Deposit accounts, plus any additional costs to HSBC of funding the repayments. Partial withdrawal of funds is not permitted. Depending on when the withdrawal is made and the amount deposited, you may get back less than originally invested.

 

AER (Annual Equivalent Rate): This is a notional interest rate which illustrates what the gross rate would be if interest were paid and compounded each year.

Gross: The interest rate before the deduction of tax applicable to interest on savings accounts.

 

HSBC Expat Terms of Business (PDF, 129KB)

Tariff of Charges (PDF, 91KB)

 

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