Whether you want the perfect wedding, a dream home or to retire in style, putting money aside today could have a big impact on your tomorrow. And if you want to make that money work harder, together we could start making that happen.

Choose whether you want some advice or to do it yourself and we’ll help you explore your options – all available via a stocks & shares ISA. Want to know more about using your tax allowances? Visit our tax hub.

We’re on your side

  • Start with as little as £50 per month

    Think investing’s beyond your reach? Think again. You can now invest with advice from just £50 per month – or with a lump sum of £100 if you want to choose your own investments.
  • Get help when you need it
    Not sure how to get started? We know it can be tricky, which is why we’re making our advice more accessible. You could get a personalised investment recommendation – either online, by phone or in person. Fees and eligibility criteria apply.
  • Be part of something bigger
    Don’t think of HSBC for investments? We’re a global bank but we don’t just do banking. Through our global network, we can connect you with a world of opportunities – so you can broaden your horizons with a mix of UK and overseas investments.

Investing comes with risk and you may not get back what you put in. You can access your money at any time, although investing should be regarded as a longer-term strategy of at least 5 years.

Ready to take the next step?

You never know what life has in store so it’s good to keep some cash at the ready in case of emergencies. We recommend you have at least 3 months of living costs saved in a rainy day fund before you invest.

If you subtract your rainy day fund from your total savings, what you have left is the amount you could potentially invest.

Get started now

To invest with us, you need to have an HSBC current account. Eligibility criteria and fees apply.

Not ready to invest yet? See our savings accounts.

Find out how we could help you do more with your money. 

Discover ways you can choose your own investments.

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