Easy remittances in a wide range of currencies
With HSBC's global network, you can send payments and transfers to over 200 countries/regions.
The HSBC Worldwide Transfer service lets you quickly and easily transfer your funds to banks outside Singapore.
If you're an online banking customer, you can send a transfer or payment now.
Alternatively, you can also visit any of our HSBC branch to perform remittances. The available currencies, applicable rates and charges may differ from HSBC Online Banking.
How it works
- Access real time foreign exchange (FX) rates 24 hours a day, Monday to Friday, and competitive FX rates during the weekend1.
- Know the exchange rate before sending your transaction
- Easily access our global bank search tool to better manage your remittances and saved transfers
- Set recurring or future-dated payments so you never miss an international payment
Here are just some of the available currencies:
- Australian dollar (AUD)
- British pound (GBP)
- Chinese yuan (offshore RMB)*
- Euro (EUR)
- Hong Kong dollar (HKD)
- Indian rupee (INR)
- Japanese yen (JPY)
- US dollar (USD)
- Philippine peso (PHP)
- UAE dirham (AED)
and many others.
Fees and charges
Online Banking - Fees & charges
Use the service
Just log on to get started.
You need to be registered for online banking to use this service.
Frequently asked questions
Is there a requirement on the minimum and maximum transaction amount for Worldwide Transfers?
Why are there so many options to determine when and how often my transfer is made?
Can I transfer funds on a public holiday?
Can I book the current foreign exchange rate for future dated transfers?
What is the exchange rate cut-off time for the service?
*Deposits and withdrawals involving a Renminbi (RMB) deposit account must have a foreign exchange conversion from a non-RMB denominated currency, except transfers between a RMB Time Deposit Account and a RMB Multi Currency Savings Account. The deposit in your RMB Deposit Account will be converted from RMB to another freely convertible currency for withdrawal, at the current exchange rate.
RMB is currently not freely convertible and RMB conversion may be subject to certain restrictions. The amount of offshore RMB (deliverable outside mainland China, informally known as CNH) may be limited, which may affect the liquidity of offshore RMB products. The market for offshore RMB is a different market to that of onshore RMB (deliverable in mainland China, known as CNY). Apart from its own supply and demand, the offshore RMB exchange rate may be influenced by the onshore exchange rate, which currently trades within a band set by authorities in the onshore interbank market. The two rates may converge with or diverge from each other.
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