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Find out what you need to do to trade in securities with us.
Get up to SGD1,090 cashback with online wealth management
Enjoy greater rewards when you manage your wealth online. From 1 July 2020 till 30 September 2020, receive up to SGD1,060 cashback when you trade Unit Trusts and/or Securities online and convert foreign currencies via HSBC QuickFX app or Online Banking.
Plus, if you are new to HSBC Unit Trusts or Securities, get SGD30 cash credit if you open a new investment account during the promotional period.
To register for this promotion, SMS "WEALTHONLINE” to 74722 with your bank's registered mobile number.
With an HSBC Equity Investment Account, you can:
- Take advantage of trading opportunities in the US, Singapore and Hong Kong markets
- Enjoy a single view of your investment portfolio with our enhanced wealth dashboard online
- Trade instantly through Online Banking
- Get hassle-free account set up - all your assets will be placed through our nominee service, so you don't have to maintain multiple securities accounts for each market
Trade in a wide range of securities
With our online trading platform in online banking, you'll have access to:
- Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)
- Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)
- Global Depository Receipts (GDRs)
- American Depository Receipts (ADRs)1
How to invest
If you already have an online Equity Investment Account, log on to online banking to buy and sell securities.
No access to online banking?
If you are an existing investor with no access to HSBC Internet Banking, register now to access our securities trading platform.
Don't have an investment account?
You can now open an investment account through a phone call.
Leave us your details and we'll be in touch to help you get started.
Fees & charges
Online Banking - HSBC Advance
Online Banking - HSBC Premier
Online Banking - HSBC Jade
Securities transfer and other fees & charges
Clearing Fee - CDP, SGX Access Fee - SGX, Stamp duty - HK SAR government, Transaction levy - SFC of HK, HKEx Trading Fee - HKEx. US SEC fees for sell trades.
Depository Service Fee – Imposed by American Depository Receipt (ADR) agents.
The above fees and charges listed are not exhaustive and any fees and charges resulting from corporate actions or nominee services or securities transfers will have to be borne by you.
Frequently asked questions
Who can apply for HSBC's Securities Trading Services?
How do I apply for an Online Securities Trading account?
Do I need to fund my account before I can trade?
What are the charges for transfer of securities?
Does HSBC offer equity IPOs?
Things to know
What you should know before trading
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