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Global transfers made easy

Link your global HSBC accounts and move money between them, transfer-fee free

A smarter way to move money between HSBC accounts

HSBC Global View is a unique service allowing you to see all your worldwide HSBC accounts on one page. Once your accounts are linked together online, you'll be able to make secure Global Transfers between them quickly with no fees to:

  • pay your home loan
  • fund an education abroad
  • support family back home
  • manage your international wealth

You can also send money to the eligible HSBC accounts of your friends and family living overseas.

Need an overseas account?

Open an overseas account to access Global View and Global Transfers.

Already have an account?

Register for online banking or log on to link your global accounts and transfer money.

Why use this service?

any time of the day

Easy and convenient

Manage your worldwide accounts 24/7 through a single log on.

money transfer

Free, instant transfers1

Full fee waiver and no charges for daily transfers up to USD200,0002.


foreign exchange

Competitive exchange rates

Transfer in 29 currencies in real time at competitive rates.


secured banking

Safe and secure

Fully automated money transfers and enhanced protection for peace of mind.

It's easy to set up

To use Global View and Global Transfers, you must have online banking set up in the countries and regions you hold eligible HSBC accounts. You'll need to enter your log on details to link your accounts and move money between them.

Instructions for setting up this service may vary slightly by region.

Get set up in 3 easy steps

  • Link all of your worldwide HSBC accounts.

    Open an HSBC account in the country you want to move money to and register for online banking. Once set up, select 'My Banking', 'Global View', and follow the steps.

  • Transfer money between your accounts around the world.

    To move money between your accounts or send money to your friends and family's HSBC accounts around the world, simply log on and click 'Move money', select 'Global Transfers', and follow the steps.

  • Review the details and confirm your transfer.

    Before confirming your transfers, make sure all the information is correct. Once you're happy, click 'Continue' to confirm your transfer. It's that easy!

Video tutorials to get you started

Do you need a bit more help? Find your country or region in one of the lists and watch the step-by-step video tutorial to set up Global View and Global Transfers. If your country's not listed, this could mean that set up is slightly different for you, or that this service is currently not available in your market.

Get started today and benefit from better global money transfers

Need an overseas account?

We can tell you the best way for you to apply for an overseas account. Simply select your current location and where you would like to open an account. We'll then walk you through the steps.

Already have an account?

Log on to your online banking and link your accounts using Global View.

Access real-time rates and set up instant, future or recurring Global Transfers.

Where you can use this service

Log on or register for online banking to link, view and manage your HSBC accounts.






Expat offshore (Jersey)



Hong Kong SAR



Isle of Man

mainland China




New Zealand





Sri Lanka






Frequently Asked Questions

1 In countries and regions with onshore currency trading regulations, transfers can take up to 5 days. Service is free for HSBC Jade; HSBC Premier; HSBC One; HSBC Private Banking; and some HSBC Advance customers. Global Transfers are available to all other HSBC Advance customers for a small fee.

2 The inbound limit is USD200,000 for all customers. Most countries and regions have an outbound limit of USD100,000-200,000.

3 Remittances to third-party accounts via HSBC Global Transfers may not be available to every country. Please check with your local bank.

Important notice: The foreign exchange market is subject to risks associated with exchange rate movements. These accounts should not be used for speculative purposes.