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HSBC Offshore Premier (Offshore Account)
An offshore Current Account with HSBC Premier comes with all the benefits of HSBC Premier, including access to professionally qualified International Wealth Managers, online banking and International recognition and emergency support . It is usually the starting point for customers with international or offshore banking requirements. Your Offshore Current Account can be used to manage your day-to-day finances from anywhere in the world.
Location: Isle of Man or Jersey, Channel Islands
Account Name: Offshore Current Account with HSBC Premier
1. 24 hour Internet and phone banking.
2. International money transfers.
3. A choice of currencies.
4. Interest paid gross of tax.
5. No account opening fee.
6. Relationship manager service.
7. View many of your HSBC accounts worldwide online.
8. Credit card privileges and rewards.
9. Internet Banking that provides access to your HSBC accounts in over 34 countries from a single log on and the ability to make transfers immediately, without charge and with a preferential rate of exchange.
10. Tax advice with Deloitte & Touche LLP. As a Premier customer you can benefit from a discount of 25% on Deloitte's standard fee for selected services. Terms and conditions apply and are available from Deloitte.
1. A Minimum balance of £60,000 (or currency equivalent).
2. The Relationship Management Service is only offered in certain countries.
2. If you live in an EU member state then you are likely to be affected by the European Savings Directive (ESD), any interest you receive on your accounts with HSBC Bank International can either have tax withheld at source, or alternatively, you may continue to receive gross interest, but we will have to report details about you and the interest you have received to the tax authority in the EU member state where you are resident.
1. Relationship Management service to help you manage your finances.
2. View your worldwide HSBC accounts online and transfer money between them for free with the Global View Internet Banking service.
3. HSBC Premier Credit Card with no annual fee and membership of the Home and Away rewards programme. Typical 11.9% APR variable

Interest AER: 0.00%Interest Gross: 0.00%
Interest Paid: MonthlyMinimum Income: £0.00
Overdraft Rate: £0.00
Banking Charges: £0.00
Service Charges: £15.00
Account Access: Online, Tel, ATM
Withdrawal Access: ATM, Online, Tel

Free Banking: YesDebit Card: No
Cheque Guarantee Card: YesStanding Orders: Yes
Direct Debits: YesOverdraft Facility: Yes
Account Manager: Yes

Minimum age 18.
1. Accounts in sterling, US dollars or euro.
2. Open your account in Isle of Man or Jersey, Channel Islands.
3. 24 hour internet and phone banking.
4. Make international money transfers.
5. Interest paid without deduction of tax.
6. Minimum relationship balance of £60,000 or currency equivalent.
Introductions and Offers:
1. The choice of either 12 months' Airport Angel membership or an Amazon Kindle™ if you open a Premier account between 20 January 2010 and 31 March 2010 (inclusive) and deposit at least £60,000 (or currency equivalent) within 90 days of account opening. To qualify, refer to the full terms and conditions on website.
Terms and Conditions:
1. A minimum Relationship Balance of £25,000 or currency equivalent.
2. Minimum age 18 years
Offshore Bank Account with HSBC Premier (Which Way To Pay - 24/2/2010)
Offshore Bank Account with HSBC Premier is ranked 3 out of 5. Based on 1 review.

3 Star Rating

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