Your guide to a new beginning in Singapore
Why bank with HSBC?
- Account set-up before arrivalWhether you are a new or existing customer, we can help you open a bank account before you even arrive in Singapore.
- Automate your bill paymentsMake an immediate payment or schedule recurring or future payments for your utilities and telecommunications bills, taxes and membership fees easily.
- Pay for your preparations with a credit cardOnce you open an account, you can also apply for an HSBC credit card. That way, you can pay your relocation expenses with ease.
- Send money around the worldUse mobile banking, online banking, phone banking or visit a branch to transfer to 200+ countries and territories in more than 40 different currencies.
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Get started with an HSBC Singapore account
If you've just arrived in Singapore, compare some of our most popular savings, current and time deposit accounts, as well as FX services to find the right one for you.
HSBC Everyday Global Account
Introducing a multi-currency account that meets your transactional needs in up to 11 different currencies.
Get tailored wealth management services and banking support for you and your loved ones, wherever you are in the world.
Get up to SGD29,670 as a welcome gift when you join HSBC Premier.
Ready to open an account?
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Deposit Insurance Scheme
Singapore dollar deposits of non-bank depositors are insured by the Singapore Deposit Insurance Corporation, for up to SGD75,000 in aggregate per depositor per Scheme member by law. Foreign currency deposits, dual currency investments, structured deposits and other investment products are not insured.