HSBC’s Future of Retirement study shows one in five inheritances left by UK retirees is expected to top £250,000 Almost two thirds (64%) of British retirees expect to leave an inheritance to their children with an average* value of £182,144, according to HSBC’s study, The Future of Retirement: Life after work? HSBC’s research...
800,000 more households on the brink than in 2012 34% of the UK population have savings of £250 or less New research from HSBC has found that over a third of people in the UK – around 8.8 million households – only have £250 or less set aside as a financial safety net.
HSBC Philippines is immediately donating over US$1 million as it activates a bankwide relief and donations drive to provide aid to Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) victims and their families. HSBC Group CEO Stuart Gulliver announced an immediate release of cash assistance worth US$1 million from the HSBC Group.
** Part of HSBC’s drive to simplify products and reward long term relationships** From Sunday 24th November 2013, the nine million HSBC and first direct personal current account customers will no longer be charged a fee if the bank declines to pay a transaction due to insufficient funds.
Bank extends its unbeatable offers to customers with 15% deposits HSBC is extending its pledge for offering unbeatable mortgage rates on the High Street to customers with a 10% deposit and a 15% deposit.
From Monday 4th November, HSBC will be offering a market leading rate on its personal loan of 4.8 per cent (APR) representative on loans between £7,000 and £15,000 to its existing current account customers. HSBC continues to see demand from customers for personal loans to support the purchase of cars...
Our Christmas Jumper inspired infographic shows the key findings from HSBC's Christmas Spending Survey 2013.
East London’s broken rivers1 are one step closer to being fixed with the announcement of a 4-year Thames21 project to tackle urban pollution in the Lower Lea Valley. The project is being made possible through the support of the HSBC Water Programme2.
Brits h.cn to spend £488 this year, down from £526 in 2012 Only 15% of people stick to budget 5% fewer people shopping on the high street Consumers h.cn to spend an average of £488 each this Christmas – a fall of 7% compared with 2012 according to research from HSBC. Last year the average spend was £526.
HSBC confirms that it will participate in HM Treasury’s Help to Buy scheme, extending its current range of mortgages to include 90% to 95% Loan To Value (‘LTV’).