Our HSBC Hong Kong integrated bank accounts offer such features as deposits, investments, credit cards and insurance products. You’ll also have access to a comprehensive range of benefits, including foreign currency deposits, exchange and Renminbi services.
Already got your Hong Kong account? Check out our HK digital guide to activate your Personal Internet Banking and get familiar with our digital services available for you. With simple steps you can manage your daily finance on the go!
Apply for a Hong Kong account
Opening a Hong Kong account
Non-residents looking to open an HSBC integrated bank account in Hong Kong can follow these 3 simple steps:
Step 1: Make an appointment
If you're in your home country/region, visit an International Banking Centre (IBC) or a designated local HSBC branch. If you're in Hong Kong, simply visit any HSBC branch, book online, or call our service hotline at +852 2233 3000
Step 2: Prepare documents
Complete our document checklist before your appointment; alternatively, our staff can advise you on the application requirements
Step 3: Fill in forms
Your local IBC or branch staff will help you with your application; while in Hong Kong, our staff will provide you assistance in branch or over the phone
Should we need additional information, we’ll get in touch. Otherwise, you’ll hear from us shortly when your new all-in-one Hong Kong integrated bank account is ready.
This bespoke banking experience offers our esteemed clients exclusive products and preferential services.
Eligibility: Total Relationship Balance of HKD7.8 million or above.
HSBC Premier provides worldwide coverage, benefits and wealth products for you and your family.
Eligibility: Total Relationship Balance of HKD1 million or above.
Getting to know Hong Kong
Hong Kong is one of the world's most dynamic cities. It's also uniquely positioned as a cosmopolitan hub from which to explore Asia whilst connecting you with incredible opportunities internationally.
Our local lifestyle guide is designed to help you discover quintessential Hong Kong dining, shopping and cultural experiences. We'll also give you interesting tips on living like a local in your new home.