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Manage wealth abroad

Award-winning financial services and asset management to grow and protect your global wealth

Grow your wealth with HSBC

150 years ago, HSBC was born from one simple idea – a local bank serving international needs. We're now one of the largest financial services organisations in the world, bringing together expertise from across the HSBC network to help individuals, business owners, investors and entrepreneurs aspire to their wealth goals, both in their home markets as well as through opportunities overseas.

Ready to open an overseas account?

We can tell you the best way for you to apply for an overseas account to help manage, protect and grow your global wealth.

Why manage your wealth internationally?

  • Diversify investments
    Unlimited access to international investment opportunities across multiple currencies, asset classes and geographies.
  • Optimise asset allocation
    Build an investment portfolio while managing risk to achieve particular investment outcomes, such as growth and income.
  • Protect your assets
    Invest in more than one asset class to minimise overall risk in different market conditions and jurisdictions.
  • Greater access and convenience
    Tap in to the world's leading financial centres using just one bank with a global network providing you with greater convenience.

What we can offer you

Global wealth expertise

Our senior investment specialists identify new trends and provide a long-term view to help you build your ideal investment portfolio.

Deep understanding of markets around the world

We speak the international language of business around the world, delivering a truly global banking experience to all of our customers.

Host of investment opportunities

Through our comprehensive wealth portfolio service, we can provide risk insights across a range of major assets classes.

International banking and support

Link your HSBC international bank accounts in more than 30 countries and regions and move money instantly and for free between your eligible accounts.

Popular wealth management hubs

Manage your wealth internationally with HSBC. We offer you a choice of offshore locations so you can build a wealth portfolio in multiple jurisdictions. These include Singapore, Hong Kong and Jersey - 3 wealth management hubs popular with international customers.

Once you're an HSBC Premier or Expat customer, you can then open an investment account online, in most circumstances. You can also open an investment account at one of our branches.

Useful resources


Organising your affairs goes a long way towards protecting your wealth and your family's future. This checklist will get you started.


Our report shows that an international lifestyle can pay off for expats, especially for those who move abroad at a younger age.


Got assets in multiple countries? Because laws vary, your will is crucial for problem-free estate planning. Plan ahead for peace of mind.

Awards and recognition

  • Best trade finance service provider, 4th year running - Euromoney's Trade Finance Survey 2021
  • Lead manager of the year in 7 categories (social, sustainability, and green bonds) - Environmental Finance Bond Awards 2021
  • Best Global Private Bank for Portfolio Management Technology - Professional Wealth Management (PWM) Wealth Tech Awards June 2020
  • Global Excellence in Leadership (during the Covid-19 pandemic) - Euromoney Awards for Excellence 2020
  • World's Best Bank for Sustainable Finance, and for Transaction Services - Euromoney Awards for Excellence 2020
  • Best Digital Bank in Asia - Innovation in Digital Banking Awards 2020

Frequently asked questions

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1. Singapore is largest forex centre in Asia, third largest globally, The Straits Times, 1 September 2019

2. The Global Financial Centres Index 26, Long Finance, September 2019

3. This service is only available in selected countries/regions.