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Foreign Currency Time Deposit

Earn interest at an attractive rate on a range of currencies for a set period.

Save in up to 10 currencies and earn more interest than in a savings account. You can open an account with as little as the equivalent of USD2,000.

  • Choose from the following currencies – Australian dollar, Canadian dollar, euro, Japanese yen, New Zealand dollar, pound sterling, Singapore dollar, Swiss franc, Thai baht and United States dollar
  • Receive interest half-yearly (for deposit periods of 18 months or more) or at maturity
  • Access your money using your ATM card, at branches, via phone or online
  • Choose a deposit period between one week and 36 months
  • Enjoy a preferential interest rate based on your integrated account type, deposit amount, deposit period and Total Relationship Balance
  • A range of renewal options when your deposit matures

How to apply

New customers

 

HSBC Personal Internet Banking customers

Interest rates

Deposit Rates for United States dollar

Manage your deposits

Transfers and payments

Transfer funds to any account in Hong Kong and around the world easily, securely and quickly.

Ways to bank with HSBC

Manage your money online, via ATM, phone or at an HSBC branch

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Convenient renminbi services make it easy to maintain ties to China while earning higher interest for depositing your savings for a fixed.

Risk Disclosure

Currency conversion risk - the value of your foreign currency and renminbi deposit will be subject to the risk of exchange rate fluctuation. If you choose to convert your renminbi deposit to other currencies at an exchange rate that is less favorable than the exchange rate in which you made your original conversion to renminbi, you may suffer loss in principal.

Renminbi is currently not freely convertible and subject to regulatory restrictions (which might be changed from time to time). For personal customers who are Hong Kong residents, conversions conducted through renminbi deposit accounts with banks in Hong Kong are subject to the limit of up to RMB20,000 per person per day. Personal customers who are Hong Kong residents should allow time for conversion of renminbi from/to another currency of an amount exceeding the daily limit. Non-Hong Kong residents are not required to observe the corresponding limits and requirements regarding renminbi conversions for Hong Kong residents.