Investment options from HSBC Expat
Whether you're a first time investor looking for personalised investment advice, or an experienced investor looking to invest in a range of individual investment funds we have got a range of investment options to suit your needs.
Guides to investing
Explore our jargon-free guides to help you understand the world of investments and prepare for the future.
Explore why you might consider investing money outside your home country.
Saving or investing? Explore what's right for your needs.
Steps to build a better financial future abroad.
Learn to invest, and keep ahead with the latest wealth and forex insights.
What to consider when making your first investment.
Explaining investing to help you get started.
Explore the pros and cons of each.
Learn about investments that have a positive impact on the world.
Tools to help you plan for the future
Could your money be working harder for you? Try our wealth calculator to help understand how you could achieve your goals.
Calculate how much you should be putting aside each month to help ensure the best educational opportunities for your children.
It's never too early to start putting money aside for retirement. Discover how much you should be putting aside for a comfortable retirement.
Explore how you could make your money work for you to meet your needs in retirement.
Not yet an HSBC Expat customer?
To take advantage of our investment services, you'll need an HSBC Expat Bank Account - our current account that's tailor-made for people living abroad. It'll stay with you no matter how many times you move and you can even set it up in advance so it's ready when you arrive.
Explore more about our wealth management services
We're here to help and support you every step of the way.
It's important to understand that the value of investments, and any income received from them, can fall as well as rise. A return on your investment isn't guaranteed and you may not get back the amount you invested. We always recommend that any investments held should be viewed as a medium to long-term investment, at least five years.