Why open an overseas account with us?
- Open another account in over 23 destinations, from within or outside the U.S.[@eligccriteria]
- Settle in with a credit card in your new destination
- Manage all your accounts from one place online, and make fee-free transfers between them[@acctseligible]
- Enjoy value-added services, from tax solutions and relocation support, that go beyond banking
- Benefit from the same HSBC Global Private Banking and Premier privileges in eligible markets
How to apply for an account outside the U.S.
1. Select your destination
2. Check if you're eligible
3. Start application
Things to know
Where you can open an account
You can open an account in the following destinations:
Argentina, Australia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Canada, China, Egypt, Expat offshore (Jersey), Hong Kong SAR, India, Indonesia, Macau SAR, Malaysia, Malta, Mauritius, Mexico, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Turkey, UAE, UK and Vietnam.
In some locations, you may need to visit a local branch to open your account.
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