A world of investment opportunities
Whether you’ve been investing for decades or you’re just getting started, choose HSBC.
Stock trading via 24-hour online, mobile, automated and manned phone banking trading.
Buy / Sell Stocks via
Meet your foreign currency needs for transferring, investing, living or studying abroad, or earn potential returns via currency trading
Explore and make a foreign exchange transaction or trade
Match your investment aspiration views with a flexible structured product tailored to suit you.
Explore and subscribe structured products
Access a wide range of diversified investments through funds.
Explore and buy / sell Unit Trusts
Earn a steady, consistent income or regular coupons and diversify your portfolio by investing in bonds.
Explore and trade Bonds / CD
3-month $0 brokerage fee for stock purchases for new stocks customers
0.1% cash rebate for stock transfer-in / deposit for new stocks customers
Waiver on brokerage fee and related tariffs for Stocks Monthly Investment Plan
Money has a tendency to lose its value over time because the price of goods and services has an upward tendency. This is called inflation. Here are some factors that could eat away your money:
Therefore it is crucial that you have a financial plan to protect your future and to put your money where it generates reasonable returns to meet your needs.
The sooner you start, the better. The example below shows the difference in accumulative savings between Mr. Early and Mr. Late, who start saving at different times.
Mr. Early saves for 10 years and then stops. Mr. Late starts 10 years later and also saves for 10 years. But Mr. Early gets 63% more than Mr. Late (based upon 5% annual growth, not taking into account annual inflation).
You can choose from a range of different financial tools:
Traditionally, savings or time deposits are the safest place to put your money, but often offer lower rates of interest. Investment products usually offer potentially higher returns but with a greater risk.
You can open an investment account online in most circumstances. You must maintain a personal banking account with HSBC before you can open an investment account online.
Alternatively you can also open an investment account at our branches. If you wish to open a joint account, you can only do so at our branches.
Opening an investment account does not incur any fees. However, there may be other account fees applicable depending on the nature of the account and the products held in the account. Besides, there may be transaction fees involved when you buy or sell investment products. Please consult our staff should you have any queries.
Notice of Changes on Terms and Conditions, effective 15 Oct 2014
With effect from 15 October 2014, the bank will amend a list of Terms and Conditions to reflect a globally consistent approach to sharing customer information and clarify customer obligations. Please refer to the Notice of Changes on Integrated Account Terms and Conditions, General Terms and Conditions and Super Ease Terms and Conditions for details.
Pre-Investment Cooling Off Period
Effective from 1 Jan 2011, a Pre-Investment Cooling Off Period arrangement is required for non-listed derivative product purchases to enhance investor protection to ensure that customers have sufficient time to consider the non-listed derivative product purchase. Click here for details.
New Investment Services Account Terms and Conditions ("T&Cs")
New Section XI T&Cs covering all investment services provided under the Investment Services Account will be effective upon the earlier of your signing up for the U.S. Stock Trading Service or on 30 November 2010 if you continue maintaining an investment account with HSBC.
Updated Product Risk Rating
Potential Tax Obligation from Investing in Overseas Products
Investors are reminded to seek tax advice and learn about the potential tax obligations, such as estate duty and dividend withholding tax, that might arise from investing in overseas products.
The information shown in this website is neither a recommendation, an offer, nor a solicitation for any investment product or service. Investment involves risk. You should carefully consider whether any investment product or service mentioned herein is appropriate for you in view of your personal circumstances. Past performance is no guide to future performance. Investors should refer to the individual product explanatory memorandum or offering document for further details and risks involved. The price of investment products may move up or down. Losses may be incurred as well as profits made as a result of buying and selling investment products.