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Everything you need to make the most of your money and live your best life.

A world of banking benefits awaits

Banking that rewards you and helps you seize investment opportunities to grow your wealth, and more.

Get started today by opening an HSBC Everyday Global Account.

Everyday Global Account (EGA) benefits

No fees, no fuss

Shop and withdraw cash in 10 currencies at $0 fees

Transfers made easy

Send money internationally with the HSBC Global Money Transfers

Banking that rewards you

Unlock more benefits with HSBC Everyday+ Rewards Programme[@everydayplus-bonus-interest-promotion]

Bundle up for even more perks

Your credit and debit sorted:

Enjoy up to SGD500 in cash rewards[@ega-sgd500-cash-rewards-eligibility] by signing up for an HSBC Everyday Global Account and an HSBC credit card.

  • Step 1: Open an HSBC Everyday Global Account on mobile
    Complete the online account opening process.
  • Step 2: Sign up for an HSBC credit card
  • Step 3: Deposit fresh funds of at least SGD50,000 into your HSBC Everyday Global Account and maintain a Total Relationship Balance of at least SGD50,000.

Complete these 3 steps and you'll receive SGD200 in cash rewards.

If you deposit fresh funds of at least SGD100,000 into your HSBC Everyday Global Account, maintain a Total Relationship Balance of at least SGD100,000 and complete a Goal Planner Report, you will get an additional SGD300 in cash rewards.

Get started in minutes

Current HSBC banking customers

If you have an HSBC bank account, you can apply via online banking.

New to HSBC and living in Singapore?

You are eligible to apply for an Everyday Global account on the HSBC Singapore app if you currently don't have an:

  • HSBC credit card
  • HSBC bank account
  • HSBC mortgage
  • HSBC insurance

Required documents for application

You'll need the following documents on hand before you apply.

Applying via Myinfo

For foreigners applying via Myinfo, please have your physical passport ready. You'll need to upload an image of the ID page.

For Singaporeans or residents of Singapore, we recommend applying with Myinfo for faster processing. If you don't have Myinfo, you'll need to apply with HSBC EasyID.

Applying via HSBC EasyID

You'll need:

  • an original identity document — such as your Singapore NRIC, Malaysia MyKad, or your passport
  • proof of your latest address — such as a utility bill, phone bill, government-issued identity documents or bank statements — that clearly indicate your name and Singapore residential address.

If you're an HSBC customer living outside Singapore, please visit this application page.

Alternatively, you can leave us your contact details and we'll get in touch with you on your next steps.

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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 S$100,000 in aggregate per depositor per Scheme member by law. Foreign currency deposits, dual currency investments, structured deposits and other investment products are not insured. 

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