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As a diplomat living and working in a foreign country, you have unique financial needs. HSBC is one of the few financial institutions with the ability to address them.
Whether you are a U.S. diplomat serving abroad or a foreign consul in the U.S., the International Banking Center and dedicated Washington, DC branch are available to assist you with your day-to-day financial needs as you transition to a new country.
Our experienced international account managers understand global cultural nuances. You'll benefit from their expertise and training, as they help you handle the complex financial tasks of international banking.
In addition, you can save time and effort with our streamlined account opening process that ensures your bank account is functioning in the shortest possible time. We'll also allow you to maintain accounts in multiple currencies. And with HSBC Group in more than 60 countries and territories worldwide, we can assist you with opening accounts in other countries when you relocate.
For more information on HSBC's specialized services for diplomats and other embassy staff, contact the International Banking Center:
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