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The best pace is your own pace. Our FX Order Watch Trading Services help you monitor FX changes and capture every opportunity. You can also trade on our 24-hour trading platform anytime, anywhere to meet your needs.


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FX Order Watch Trading Services1
Pre-set target rates with conversion amounts as low as HKD1,000. Once your target rate is reached, we will convert the target currencies between your accounts or notify you by Rate Alert.
Global View and Global Transfers2
Manage all the personal accounts with HSBC globally through Global View.
Make real-time transfer to your self-name HSBC accounts in most countries3 with Global Transfer.
Daily FX market updates
Take advantage of the daily market updates provided by our FX experts – make informed, timely investment decisions.
Margin FX service
Through our trading service specially designed for professional and experienced investors, you can trade currencies 24 hours a day on our online and mobile platforms4 with choices of 46 currency pairs (including RMB) across 11 major currencies.
24-hour FX trading platform5
Set up a single account, and have access to real-time FX trading services through HSBC Internet Banking and HSBC Mobile Banking, anytime, anywhere.
ForEx/Renminbi Switching Services6
Set up automatic fund transfers between your HKD account and your foreign currency/Renminbi account when your pre-set exchange rate and/or frequency criteria are met.
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Remarks:
1. FX Order Watch Trading Services are exclusively provided to HSBC Premier and HSBC Advance customers only. The services are only applicable to integrated accounts, HKD/FCY Statement Savings Accounts and HKD Current Accounts, except Multiple Currencies Savings Accounts or HK Dollar Passbook Savings Accounts. Please note the weekly Foreign Exchange Offer is not applicable to exchange transactions done via the FX Order Watch Trading Services. Customers can trade via FX Order Watch Trading Services from Monday 5 am HKT to Saturday 4 am HKT during summer time (US daylight saving), and Monday 5 am HKT to Saturday 5 am HKT during winter time (non-US daylight saving).
2. These services are available in selective countries only and will be rolled out to more countries later on. The usage of Global View Service is available to HSBC Premier and HSBC Advance customers only. The usage of Global Transfers Service is free of charge exclusively provided to HSBC Premier customers only. Please contact our branch staff for details.
3. Due to trading restrictions the following currencies may only be supported during local working hours: Bermudian Dollar, Brunei Dollar, Brazilian Real, Egyptian Pound, Indonesian Rupiah, Jordanian Dinar, Lebanese Pound, Cayman Islands Dollar, Sri Lanka Rupee, Malaysian Ringgit, Philippine Peso, Vietnamese Dong.
4. Customers can trade Margin FX from Monday 5am HKT to Saturday 5am HKT during summer time (US daylight saving), and Monday 5am HKT to Saturday 6am HKT during winter time (non-US daylight saving).
5. The service (exclude USD/CombiNation Passbook Savings account) operates from Monday 5 am to Saturday 4.59 am and Saturday 8 am-4.30 pm. For USD/CombiNation Passbook Savings accounts, the service operates from Monday to Friday 8 am-7 pm and Saturday 8 am-4.30 pm. However, the service is not available on 1 January, 25 December, 12 midnight to 7.59 am on 26 December and 2 January and when a Black Rainstorm Warning Signal or Typhoon No. 8 signal or above has been hoisted.
6. ForEx Switching service/Renminbi Switching Service is available only to HSBC Premier, HSBC Advance, Personal Integrated Account customers, Renminbi Savings Account, HK Dollar Statement Savings Account and CombiNations Statement Savings Account customers.
Important Risk Warning
  • Some of the investment products are structured products which may involve derivatives. The investment decision is yours but you should not invest unless the intermediary who sells it to you has explained to you that the product is suitable for you having regard to your financial situation, investment experience and investment objectives.
  • In the worst case scenario, the value of the UT may be worth substantially less than the original amount you have invested (and in an extreme case could be worth nothing).
  • Margin FX trading is a leveraged foreign exchange investment product which involves a high degree of risk and is only suitable for customers who are of adventurous or speculative risk attitude.
  • Investors should not base on material alone to make investment decision.
  • Investment involves risk and past performance is not indicative of future performance. Please refer to the offering documents for further details, including fees and charges and risk factors.
Additional risks are disclosed in the "Risk Disclosure" section. Please refer to "Risk Disclosure" section for details.
Deposit Plus (DPS) and Capital Protected Investment Deposit (CPI) are not equivalent to time deposits. DPS and CPI are not protected deposits, and they are NOT protected by the Deposit Protection Scheme in Hong Kong. DPS is not principal protected.
Risk Disclosure
    Foreign Exchange Risk Disclosure
  • Currency conversion risk - the value of your foreign currency and RMB deposit will be subject to the risk of exchange rate fluctuation. If you choose to convert your foreign currency and RMB deposit to other currencies at an exchange rate that is less favourable than the exchange rate in which you made your original conversion to foreign currency and RMB deposit, you may suffer loss in principal.
Bond and Certificate of Deposits (CDs) Risk Disclosure
  • Bonds and CDs are mainly for medium to long term investment, not for short term speculation. You should be prepared to invest your funds in bonds/CDs for the full investment tenor; you could lose part or all of your investment if you choose to sell bonds/CDs prior to maturity.
  • It is the issuer to pay interest and repay principal of bonds/CDs. If the issuer defaults, the holder of bonds/CDs may not be able to receive back the interest and principal. The holder of bonds/CDs bears the credit risk of the issuer and has no recourse to HSBC unless HSBC is the issuer itself.
  • Indicative price of bonds/CDs are available and bond/CDs price do fluctuate when market changes. Factors affecting market price of bonds/CDs include, and are not limited to, fluctuations in Interest Rates, Credit Spreads, and Liquidity Premiums. The fluctuation in yield generally has a greater effect on prices of longer tenor bonds/CDs. There is an inherent risk that losses may be incurred rather than profit made as a result of buying and selling bonds/CDs.
  • If you wish to sell Bonds/CDs, HSBC may repurchase it based on the prevailing market price under normal market circumstances, but the selling price may differ from the original buying price due to changes in market conditions.
  • There may be exchange rate risks if you choose to convert payments made on bonds/CDs to your home currency.
  • The secondary market for bonds/CDs may not provide significant liquidity or may trade at prices based on the prevailing market conditions and may not be in line with the expectations of holders of bonds/CDs.
  • If bonds/CDs are early redeemed, you may not be able to enjoy the same rates of return when you re-invest the funds in other investments.
Risk of trading in leveraged foreign exchange contracts
  • The risk of loss in leveraged foreign exchange trading can be substantial. You may sustain losses in excess of your initial margin funds. Placing contingent orders, such as "stop-loss" or "stop-limit" orders, will not necessarily limit losses to the intended amounts. Market conditions may make it impossible to execute such orders. You may be called upon at short notice to deposit additional margin funds. If the required funds are not provided within the prescribed time, your position may be liquidated. You will remain liable for any resulting deficit in your account. You should therefore carefully consider whether such trading is suitable in light of your own financial position and investment objectives.
Capital Protected Investment Deposit (CPI) Risk Disclosure
  • Credit risk of the Bank – CPI is not secured by any collateral. When you invest in this product, you will be relying on the Bank's creditworthiness. If the Bank becomes insolvent or defaults on its obligations under this product, you can only claim as an unsecured creditor of the Bank. In the worst case, you could suffer a total loss of your deposit amount.
  • Market risk – The return of CPI will depend upon the exchange rates of currency pair against trigger rate at the fixing time on the fixing date. Movements in exchange rates can be unpredictable, sudden and drastic, and affected by complex political and economic factors. You must be prepared to take the risk of earning the lower payout/no return (if exchange rate performs against expectation) on the money invested.
  • Risk of early termination by the Bank – The Bank shall have the discretion to uplift a Deposit or any part thereof prior to the Maturity Date (subject to the deduction of such break costs or the addition of such proportion of the return or redemption amount, which may result in a figure less than the original principal amount of the Deposit) if it determines, in its sole discretion, that this is necessary or appropriate to protect any right of the Bank to combine accounts or set-off, or any security interest, or to protect the customer's interests.
  • Risks relating to RMB – You should note that the value of RMB against other foreign currencies fluctuates and will be affected by, amongst other things, the PRC government's control (for example, the PRC government regulates conversion between RMB and foreign currencies), which may adversely affect your return under this product when you convert RMB into your home currency. The value of your RMB deposit will be subject to the risk of exchange rate fluctuation. If you choose to convert your RMB deposit to other currencies at an exchange rate that is less favourable than that in which you made your original conversion to RMB, you may suffer loss in principal. This product (if denominated in RMB) will be denominated and settled in RMB deliverable in Hong Kong, which is different from that of RMB deliverable in Mainland China.
  • DPS/CPI are NOT equivalent to, nor should it be treated as a substitute for, time deposit. It is NOT a protected deposit and is NOT protected by the Deposit Protection Scheme in Hong Kong.
Margin FX Risk Disclosure
  • Margin FX trading is a leveraged foreign exchange investment product which involves a high degree of risk and is only suitable for customers who are of adventurous or speculative risk attitude. The risk of loss in leveraged foreign exchange trading can be substantial. You may sustain losses in excess of your initial margin funds. Placing contingent orders, such as "stop-loss" or "stop-limit" orders, will not necessarily limit losses to the intended amounts. Market conditions may make it impossible to execute such orders. You may be called upon at short notice to deposit additional margin funds. If the required funds are not provided within the prescribed time, your position may be liquidated. You will remain liable for any resulting deficit in your account. You should therefore carefully consider whether such trading is suitable in light of your own financial position and investment objectives.
  • Risks relating to RMB - Margin FX Trading Contract is denominated in offshore RMB rates as traded in Hong Kong. CNH is different from that of RMB traded in Mainland China. You should note that the value of RMB against other foreign currencies fluctuates and will be affected by, amongst other things, the PRC government's control (for example, the PRC government regulates conversion between RMB and foreign currencies), which may adversely affect your return under this product. The value of your investment will be subject to the risk of exchange rate fluctuation.
Unit Trust Risk Disclosure
  • Funds which are invested in certain markets and companies (e.g. emerging, commodity markets and smaller companies etc) may involve a higher degree of risk and are usually more sensitive to price movements.
  • Credit Risk/Interest Rate Risk – a fund that invests in fixed income securities may fall in value if interest rates change, and is subject to the credit risk that issuers may not make payments on such securities. Price of the fund may have a high volatility due to investment in financial derivative instruments and may involve a greater degree of risk than in the case with conventional securities.
  • Counterparty Risk – a fund will be exposed to credit risk on the counterparties with which it trades in relation to financial derivative instrument contracts that are not traded on a recognised exchange. Such instruments are not afforded the same protections as may apply to participants trading financial derivative instruments on organised exchanges, such as the performance guarantee of an exchange clearing house. A fund will be subject to the possibility of insolvency, bankruptcy or default of a counter party.
Renminbi related products Risk Disclosure
  • If the deposit currency and/or linked currency is not your home currency, you may make a gain or loss due to exchange rate fluctuations.
  • RMB products may suffer significant losses in liquidating the underlying investments if such investments do not have an active secondary market and their prices have large bid/offer spreads.
  • In general, RMB equity products are exposed to the usual kind of default risks that might be associated with equity products denominated in other currencies.
  • CPI (if denominated in RMB) will be denominated and settled in RMB deliverable in Hong Kong, which is different from that of RMB deliverable in Mainland China.
The information contained in this material has not been reviewed by the Securities and Futures Commission of Hong Kong or any regulatory authority in Hong Kong.
Investment involves risk. The price of structured products may move up or down. Losses may be incurred as well as profits made as a result of buying and selling structured products.
You should carefully consider whether any investment products or services mentioned herein are appropriate for you in view of your investment experience, objectives, financial resources and circumstances.
The information in this material does not constitute a solicitation for making any deposit or an offer for the purchase or sale or investment in any products.