Notification of changes to terms and conditions governing personal deposit accounts.
The terms and conditions governing personal deposit accounts will be updated with effect from 17 March 2014. Click here for the latest terms and conditions.
Notification: Cessation of One-Week Time Deposits
With effect from 20 March 2014, time deposits of one-week tenor will no longer be offered. For more details, please contact your Relationship Manager or visit any HSBC Singapore branches.
Notification of Time Deposit Same Day Uplift on the Maturity Date
With effect from 22 July 2013, proceeds from time deposit placements (excluding First of Month Time Deposit) and Dual Currency Plus under any currency denomination will be available for withdrawal after 11am (Singapore time) on the maturity date. Where maturity instructions to credit a transactional account are given, time deposit and Dual Currency Plus proceeds will be credited to the transactional account after 11am (Singapore time) on the
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Premature withdrawal of any Time Deposit is subject to the Terms and Conditions Governing Personal Deposit Accounts. Effective 1 September 2011, premature withdrawal charges will be imposed on premature withdrawal of Time Deposits prior to maturity. For all premature withdrawal of Time Deposits, interest payments (if any) will be calculated at the Bank's discretion. Customers should note that they may receive an amount less than the original Time Deposit placement amount upon premature withdrawal for their Foreign Currency Time Deposits. Currently, for Singapore Dollar Time Deposits, customers will receive not less than their original placement amount upon premature withdrawal.
With effect from 1 April 2010, your liability prior to debit card loss reporting will be capped at S$100 provided that you have not acted fraudulently, negligently or failed to report the card loss immediately. Click here for more details.
Deposit Insurance Scheme
Singapore dollar deposits of non-bank depositors are insured by the Singapore Deposit Insurance Corporation, for up to S$50,000 in aggregate per depositor per Scheme member by law. Foreign currency deposits, dual currency investments, structured deposits and other investment products are not insured.