Well done, HSBC
A solid effort from HSBC, placing as a finalist in Best Banking and Payments Innovation category. HSBC’s pursuit of excellence and creativity has garnered the attention of the tech industry.Full list of 2023 winners
You can see a full list of accounts offered by HSBC in the table above, however here's a snapshot of some of the most popular ones.
The HSBC Everyday Global Account is an everyday transaction account, multi-currency account and travel debit card all in one. You can use it in Australia to deposit your salary, pay bills and make daily purchases like a regular bank account. Or take it with you when travelling and hold up to 10 currencies, plus pay no international transaction fees, no account-keeping fees and no international ATM fees. You can also earn cashback on contactless purchases, which is a rare offer for Australian bank accounts.
Read our full review of the HSBC Everyday Global Account.
This savings account lets you earn interest while also offering easy access to your money, making it a flexible option if you need to dip into your savings regularly.
Read our full review of the HSBC Bonus Savings Account.
This savings account offers bonus interest for the first few months without any deposit conditions to meet. this account doesn't pay interest in the months that you make a withdrawal, so it could be good option if you're happy to leave your savings untouched.
Read our full review of the HSBC Everyday Savings Account.
HSBC offers many different ways to do your banking.
HSBC has roughly 30 branches in Australia, and a global ATM network of more than 10,000 ATMs. HSBC customers can access all HSBC, Westpac, NAB, ANZ and CommBank ATMs in Australia without paying a withdrawal fee. Most of HSBC's branches are located in capital cities.
If you need to deposit cash into your account, you can do this at a participating Australia Post shop using Bank@Post.
You can use the HSBCnet Internet Banking or the HSBCnet mobile app 24/7 to do a range of day-to-day banking. You can make transfer between accounts, transfer to external accounts and pay bills, view and download statements and open new HSBC Bank products. You can also make international transactions online, and convert currencies in your Everyday Global Account.
HSBC offers Apple Pay, Google Pay and Samsung Pay to customers with a HSBC debit card.
You can apply for a new HSBC account online in less than 10 minutes. Just make sure you meet the eligibility criteria and have the necessary documents handy before you start your application.
Use the HSBC Everyday Global account at home or when travelling overseas. Hold up to 10 currencies plus pay no international transaction fees, no account-keeping fees and no international ATM fees.
Broaden your investment horizons with a term deposit account that allows you to build savings in a number of different currencies.
The HSBC Term Deposit could help you reach short term savings goals by offering you special promotional rates and bonus interest on your balance.
If you want a bank account that enables you to keep your money in different currencies, the Multi Currency Account from HSBC may be for you.
HSBC gives you the opportunity to build your savings without having to make a firm commitment. Save when you can, spend when you need to, and you will still be earning interest on your account balance.
HSBC’s Day to Day Transaction Account with its fee-free banking and no deposit requirement makes it one worth looking at closely.
This is an account worth considering if you have short-term savings goals and need a good reason not to make any withdrawals before meeting them.