Yes, if you only have an MPF account. However, if you also have ATM, Phonebanking or Credit Card account, please choose either one of them in order to operate other accounts in Internet banking, in addition to your MPF account. How long will it take before I can start trading in the Internet banking service? You can start trading instantly.
Move money into your HSBC Expat accounts We understand you may need to receive payments into your account from overseas.
If a payment is received in a different currency to what your account is held in, we'll convert it using the HSBC Exchange Rate at that time, before crediting it to your account. Things you need to know before receiving an international payment The overseas bank sending the payment to you will need to know the following information about the account you wish to be credited - providing this information will help to ensure that the payment happens as quickly as possible.
Your personal details Tooltip: Your full name and address details. Your IBAN for the account you wish to be credited can be found within your account statements. The BIC for the account you wish to be credited can be found within your account statements. Complete our interactive inward payment form and send it to your bank or asset manager.
After the payment has been made Once your overseas bank has made a payment to your HSBC Expat account to check the payment processing you must contact the sending bank. Only the sending bank is able to trace the payment once it has been made.
The time that it takes for HSBC Expat to receive the payment is dependent on the processing times of your sending bank. HSBC Expat are only able to see the payment once it has been received from the sending bank.
If possible, please also quote our correspondent bank for the currency you are making the transfer in - see below for details. Sterling transfers from the UK If you are making a sterling transfer from the UK to your HSBC Expat sterling current account using the payment system CHAPS, you can do this by simply quoting your name along with your account's 6 digit sort code and 8 digit account number.
For sterling current accounts only, your account's 6 digit sort code and 8 digit account number is displayed as the last 14 digits of your account's IBAN number. Please call us if you require any assistance.Cheques. In this section we look at cheques - what is printed on them and what you have to write.
This section links with the Useful tools section, where you can see a cheque being written out.. There is a lot of information on a cheque, much of it useful to you - like your bank sort code, your account number and the cheque number. What is the maximum amount of funds that I can transfer to a self-named account with HSBC in Hong Kong via Internet Banking?
You can transfer up to the available balance in your HKD account to each self-named HKD account within HSBC via Internet Banking. Home / All Products / Large Format / Giant Cheques / Bank Cheques / Giant Cheque – HSBC If you want to write the cheque yourself then we will apply a dry wipe laminate so you can write the details on with a white board marker pen and then remove it easily with a cloth so the cheque can be re-used.
If your cheque is for a single use then. Hong Kong. 香港. 香港. India you paid the cheque in at HSBC outside the UK ; you paid the cheque into a current or savings account outside the UK ; you paid a cheque in or it is drawn on branches in the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man.
Working out interest. Notes: The general insurance plans are underwritten by QBE General Insurance (Hong Kong) Limited - Macau Branch ("QBE"). The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited ("HSBC") is registered with Autoridade Monetaria de Macau ("AMCM") as an insurance agent in the Macau SAR.
account number format for customers of hsbc, ocbc & sbi Customers of The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC), Overseas-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited (OCBC) and State Bank of India (SBI) must now use the full account number.