We want everyone to learn how to take care of their future. We know there’s a large section of the population who need financial advice to help them plan. So why isn’t everyone getting it? The problem with traditional finance advice services is that many people can’t afford them. We’re changing that.

At HSBC, we’re leading by example. Thanks to new technologies, we’re making high-quality, regulated financial advice accessible to more people.

If you’re looking to build your knowledge, we’ve created a range of guides to support you, including our beginner’s guide to investing.

Whatever your level of confidence, we’re here to show you where the stepping stones are. With HSBC, you can think big by starting small – and in doing so, make your future self proud.

Bear in mind, the value of investments and any income they generate can go down as well as up, meaning you may not get back what you invest. You can access your money if you need to, however you should aim to invest for at least 3 to 5 years.

How to invest

Invest with us

Contact a Wealth Advisor on 441 299 5959 or call your Relationship Manager. 

Don't need advice?

Self trade using our telephone service by calling 441 299 5906.

Ways we can help you to start investing

Invest with advice

If you'd like to access personalised advice on how to invest, we have a range of options for you. Simply tell us about your finances and for a one-off fee we'll recommend the investment option that's right for you. You can start investing with as little as $100 per month.

Simple investment products

Access a wide range of investment products to make your money work harder for you. Invest in Market Fund, Specialist Funds, and more.

Explore your investment potential

If you're setting money aside for your future, you're already an investor. We want to help you become a better one. Because what you do with your money today could make a difference to how it grows tomorrow.

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