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Funds can be a great way to diversify and spread your risk

We offer 3 different ways to invest in funds. What’s right for you will depend on how much choice you’re looking for and whether you want to build your own portfolio of investments or choose a ready-made portfolio. 

Whichever way you invest, you'll get access to our online funds platform, Global Investment Centre. This means you can top up, track, manage and withdraw funds from your investments quickly and easily – all via your online banking.

How do you want to invest?

 

Looking for an easy way to invest? Choose one of 5 HSBC Global Strategy Portfolios – a one-stop investment that’s managed on your behalf. All you need to do is choose your preferred level of risk and we’ll take care of the rest.

 

Looking for more choice? Browse a selection of ready-made portfolios from HSBC and other carefully-selected fund managers. Whether you’re investing for income or for growth, discover our shortlist of managed, multi-asset funds.

 

Like doing your own research? Use our Global Investment Centre to search over 550 funds from HSBC and other leading fund managers. As well as multi-asset funds, you’ll find index trackers and single-asset funds.

Bear in mind the value of these investments, and any income they generate, can fall as well as rise. So you could get back less than you invest. You can access your money at any time, although investing should be regarded as a longer-term strategy of at least 5 years.

All our funds are offered without investment advice. If you’re not sure about investing or how much risk you’re comfortable with, you could visit our article hub to find out more. Or you may want to explore our investment advice options.

To invest with us, you need to have an HSBC current account or savings account (excludes Online Bonus Saver and Fixed Rate Saver). Eligibility criteria and charges apply.

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