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HSBC Online Banking activation

We're currently making improvements to our Online Banking service.

If you registered for Online Banking prior to the 17th December 2014 it's not possible for you to activate your existing Secure Key and you will need to re-start your registration.

If you registered for Online Banking after this date, please log on to Online Banking entering your username, memorable answer and your password, from here you will be prompted to activate your Secure Key.

We apologise for any inconvenience which this delay may cause. Once you are registered, we look forward to introducing you to Online Banking, including the exciting enhancements we're working on now.

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What is Telephone Protection Advice?

  • A focused advice service where we will evaluate your protection needs and provide you with written recommendations suited to your requirements.
  • Should you require any other financial advice such as investment, pension or estate planning we can put you in contact with a Premier Relationship Manager who will be happy to discuss our full financial advice planning service which will be subject to eligibility.
  • Access to very competitive providers in the UK Market
  • No advice fee and no obligation to undertake our recommendations

Eligibility requirements

Call us

To arrange a telephone meeting with an Investment & Protection Manager call us on

0345 266 1350

or email
wealthadvicecentre@hsbc.co.uk

Call us

To arrange a face to face meeting with a Mortgage and Protection Manager call us on

0800 032 4710

These are the types of cover we can help you with.

Types of cover: What this provides you with:
Life A lump sum or monthly income for your family if you die or become terminally ill
Critical Illness A lump sum for you if you are diagnosed with a listed critical illness
Income Monthly income for you if you are unable to work due to sickness or injury
Life with Critical Illness Lump sum for your family if you die or are diagnosed with a critical illness, whichever happens first
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