HSBC Singapore Dollar Savings Account
Access your funds through a complimentary debit card enabled with Visa and NETS, or an ATM card providing access to ATMs worldwide
Phone banking and Internet banking services
Interest-bearing statement based account
If all you want to do is keep your money safely, you can achieve just that with HSBC Savings Account.
To keep you updated of your monthly account transactions and interest earned, a comprehensive statement will be mailed to you.
What's more, with your free debit card, phone banking services and internet banking, you can carry out a wide range of banking transactions, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Fees and charges
- Minimum balance fee of SGD5 if average daily balance falls below SGD2,000
- A Closure fee of SGD50 if account is closed within 6 months from opening date
Apply for HSBC Singapore Dollar Savings Account
With HSBC EasyID you can open your account online within just a few minutes! Before you start, make sure you have one of the following ID on-hand.
- NRIC (for Singaporean citizens or PR)
- MyKad (for Malaysian citizens)
Are you eligible?
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Things you should know
Deposit Insurance Scheme
Singapore dollar deposits of non-bank depositors are insured by the Singapore Deposit Insurance Corporation, for up to S$75,000 in aggregate per depositor per Scheme member by law. Foreign currency deposits, dual currency investments, structured deposits and other investment products are not insured.
With effect from 1 April 2010, your liability prior to debit card loss reporting will be capped at SGD100 provided that you have not acted fraudulently, negligently or failed to report the card loss immediately. Click here for more details.