If you have forgotten your memorable answer, please click “Forgot your memorable answer?” and then follow the instructions on screen.
How do I view my eStatement or eAdvice?
You can follow the steps below to view the eStatement or eAdvice:
Old Internet Banking:
Click on 'My HSBC' tab
Click on 'eStatement and eAdvice' on the left navigation menu
Click on the 'Banking', 'Investment' or 'Card' button
Select your account number, and the required period from the pull-down menus, and then click on the 'Go' button
Click on the date to view your eStatement
New Internet Banking:
Hover over the ‘My Banking’ tab
Go to ‘eStatement/Advice’ and click on ‘View/Manage documents’ in the navigation menu
Select your account, and choose either eStatements/ eAdvice for type of document, and then pick the date
HSBC HK Mobile Banking App*:
Select the avatar icon on top right corner
Select 'eStatements and eAdvices' under 'My Documents'
Select the account
View the eStatement or eAdvice you want to check
You may zoom-in and zoom-out
*For reply on corporate action, please log on to Personal Internet Banking
How can I pay a bill online?
Please select "My banking" > "Pay or transfer" > "New Payee" > "Bill payment". If you have saved merchants or charities, please select "My Payee" and proceed accordingly with your respective merchant.
How can I transfer to other accounts that have not yet registered in "My Payees"? Do I need my Secure Device/Mobile Security Key?
You can make Hong Kong dollar or foreign currency transfer to HSBC, non-HSBC or even overseas accounts through selecting "New Payee" on "Move Money". You will need your Security Device/Mobile Security Key to complete this transaction. The default maximum transfer limit to new payee is set at HKD0 per day. You can change the transfer limit anytime with your Security Device/Mobile Security Key by selecting "My Banking ">" Limits ">" Daily payment and transfer limits".
At the same time, if you want to save your payee detail in Move Money input page, simply tick the check box "Add to My payees". After the transfer is authenticated with your Security Device/Mobile Security Key, the new payee’s details will be added as your registered account. The default maximum daily transfer limit for this payee is HKD50,000. You may change the transfer limit or delete this payee via HSBC Internet Banking after the instructions are effective.
The new payee instructions will be effective on the next working day when submitted before 9.00pm from Monday to Friday or 6.00pm on Saturday. Instructions will be effective in two working days when submitted after 9.00pm from Monday to Friday or 6.00pm on Saturday or on Public Holiday.
What is the SWIFT Code and other information needed to do a Telegraphic Transfer (TT) from an overseas bank to your account with HSBC Hong Kong?
If you would like to transfer funds by Telegraphic Transfer (TT) from an overseas bank to your account with HSBC Hong Kong, please provide the sending bank with the following information:
Our Bank name: The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited
The address of our Hong Kong Office: 1 Queen's Road Central, Hong Kong
SWIFT code: HSBCHKHHHKH
The beneficiary's account number
The beneficiary's name. Please also instruct the sending bank to send us their payment instruction by SWIFT MT103 with full payment details and reimbursement instruction.
For each incoming Telegraphic Transfer (TT), the local service fee is waived. Overseas charges may be levied by overseas banks and/or other banks.
Can I receive the one-time passcode sent by SMS to complete my instruction submitted via Phone Banking or Personal Internet Banking when I am overseas?
If you are overseas and using overseas mobile service providers, the service provider may not support receipt of international SMS. Please be reminded to turn on your mobile phone and activate your roaming service to ensure you can receive the one-time passcode to complete the instruction submitted via Phone Banking or Personal Internet Banking when you travel to Mainland China / overseas. Please consult your telecommunication service provider for details.