Parents increasingly expect a good return on investment from sending their child to university according to a new report from HSBC, The Value of Education: Springboard for success. The report, which surveyed over 4,500 parents in 15 countries, found that parents expect a university education to prepare their child for a successful career.
Although it is usual for HSBC’s personal account customers to use foreign exchange transfer services to send money home, pay education fees or fund overseas property, they have used the service to buy items including a cargo ship and a wine cellar (without the wine). More frequent out of the ordinary fx conversions include yachts, classic and super cars...
HSBC customers can now register to use Paym when it launches on 29 April. The service is a new secure way for consumers to send and receive payments using just a mobile number. It will be available on HSBC’s mobile banking app, and by registering now, customers can send and receive their fr.ct payment on 29th April.
HSBC customers can now open a Loyalty Cash ISA on the go via their HSBC mobile banking app, which rewards customers with a loyalty rate when they pay at least £1 into the ISA each year (currently between 1.4% and 1.6% AER variable depending on the current account they hold).
Inspirational Danielle Fisher, 23, crowned winner of the HSBC breakthrough award at royal awards ceremony Brighton's Tia Riddle named runner up Danielle, from Preston has faced homelessness, leading to depression and attempted suicide. Fast forward to today and Danielle has turned her life around to receive the award...
Pound vs. Euro up 4.31% over past year, giving buyers £4,900 extra per £100,000 Strength of Pound vs. US dollar gives buyers £6,500 more per £100,000 compared to Feb ‘13 Winter sun destinations offer overseas property buyers more for their money compared to ski resorts...
HSBC has launched a new Loyalty Cash ISA, which will give customers HSBC’s best possible on sale ISA rate (currently 1.4 - 1.6 per cent AER variable depending on type of current account held) for twelve months each time they top up their account.
Antonio Simoes, Head of HSBC in the UK, commented: “We understand the huge strain the floods are placing on our business and personal customers in affected areas and we want to make sure we are providing the support that they need now and in the future.
A service based in Cardiff that helps young people into work, education and training was formally launched on Friday 7th February 2014. 'Choices' engages very disadvantaged young people to support them to move and build sustainable futures for themselves. Choices is part of St Giles Trust Cymru that helps ex...
“Property haves” have a six year head start on the “have-nots” on the property ladder Property have-nots are unlikely to have the same flexibility as property haves to financially support their children in becoming first-time buyers The current generation of 25 to 36 years olds, the traditional age group for first-time buyers...