If you are looking for an easier way to convert currencies, send money internationally and much more, the new HSBC Expat FX mobile app is a powerful tool to manage it all at your fingertips, built for your life, wherever that is.
From converting currencies at your preferred rates to moving money internationally, the app brings together everything you need to make informed decisions on the move. HSBC Expat FX draws on the strengths of our wide global network and FX research capabilities, bringing you a comprehensive suite of professional FX solutions and benefits.
Get faster access - Convenience matters, so our app is quick and easy to use
View live market insights - Find all the insights you need to make informed decisions – including currency comparisons, volatility data and a live news feed from Thomson Reuters.
Convert at preferred rates - Set up a Limit Order and we’ll convert your currency automatically if your preferred rate is reached.
Move money internationally - Make transfers or international payments in up to 23 currencies, at any time.
Download HSBC Expat FX today
This App is provided by HSBC Expat for use of existing customers of HSBC Expat only. Please do not download this App if you are not an existing customer of HSBC Expat.
HSBC Expat, a division of HSBC Bank plc, Jersey Branch, is regulated in Jersey by the Jersey Financial Services Commission for Banking, General Insurance Mediation, Investment and Fund Services Businesses.
Please be aware that HSBC Bank plc, Jersey Branch, is not authorised or licensed outside of Jersey for the provision of the services and/or products available through this App. We cannot guarantee that the services and products available through this App are authorised to be offered outside Jersey.
This App is not intended for download or use by any person in any jurisdiction where such download or use would not be permitted by law or regulation. The information provided through the App is not intended for use by persons located in or resident in jurisdictions where the distribution of such material may be considered marketing or promotional and where that activity is restricted.