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Branch banking

Do your banking in person

If you want to visit one of our branches, you can find the nearest one to you and check the opening times.

Our branch finder also shows what you'll find there, for example 24-hour ATMs or disabled access.

See how we can help you:

Our branch formats

We now have 3 different formats for our branches. Please take a look at how the formats differ before planning your visit.

Full Service Branch

Support for all your simple or complex banking needs, with access to branch colleagues and specialists on site.

You can access: 

  • counter facilities
  • product opening support
  • account servicing, such as payments and statements
  • life event support, such as bereavement or power of attorney
  • cash and cheque machines via self-service zones
  • digital education and community support
  • branch specialists for products such as mortgages

Digital Service Branch

Counterless service, with our branch colleagues on hand to find the most appropriate banking method via our self-service and digital channels.

You can access:

  • product opening support
  • account servicing, such as payments and statements
  • life event support, such as bereavement or power of attorney
  • cash and cheque machines via self-service zones
  • digital education and community support

Cash Service Branch

Offers easy access to cash, with quick, simple transactions. Branch colleagues on hand to support with transactional banking.

You can access:

  • counter facilities
  • product completion support
  • account servicing, such as payments and statements
  • life event support, such as bereavement or power of attorney
  • cash and cheque machines via self-service zones
  • digital education

Community Pop Up Events

Our Community Pop Up Events are a great way to learn about how to make the most of banking with us.

You can have face-to-face conversations with some of our branch experts in local communities across the UK.

Paying in cheques

If you have cheques to pay into your account, you don’t need to visit a branch – you can do it easily with the HSBC UK Mobile Banking app. You can deposit up to £500 per cheque with a daily limit of up to £750.

Get the app
if you don’t already have it.

You can also deposit cheques using a pre-printed HSBC credit slip at the Post Office®. This will take an extra day to reach your account, if paid in before the Post Office® branch cut-off time. You’ll also need to use an HSBC Post Office® cheque deposit envelope. Please ask your Post Office® for details.

In certain circumstances, subject to status, we may offer a cheque encashment service at Post Office® branches to customers who can’t use a Chip and PIN card. Please contact us for details.

Paying in cash

To do this, you’ll need to come into a branch and fill in a paying-in slip. Ask one of our branch colleagues if you need help.

Only the account holder or signatories can make cash deposits.

Cash withdrawals will be deducted from your daily withdrawal limit.

ATMs

Day or night, you can use our cash machines to withdraw money, check your balance and more:

  • Cash withdrawals

  • Print mini statements

  • Charity donations

  • Money transfers

  • Credit card payments

  • Balance enquiries

Express bank machines

You can use our express machines to carry out some of your everyday banking:

  • View and print transactions

  • Make a payment

  • Check your balance

  • Transfer money

  • Manage standing orders and Direct Debits

  • Pay bills

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