Ideal for travelers: The HSBC Premier Checking Account is worth considering for those who travel overseas often because it includes worldwide access to surcharge-free HSBC ATMs, an HSBC Premier Debit World Mastercard that does not charge foreign transaction fees, fee-free transfers of up to $200,000 per day to linked international HSBC bank accounts, and priority customer service anywhere in the world.
Premier Savings Account included: When you open an HSBC Premier Checking Account, you’re also opening an HSBC Premier Savings Account at the same time. This makes it a good choice for those who are looking to move all of their money over to a new bank.
Preferential rates on home loans: HSBC Bank offers preferential rates on mortgages to its HSBC Premier Checking Account holders. This won’t be relevant to everyone, but it’s something to keep in mind if you plan to purchase a new home in the future.
FDIC insured: HSBC is an FDIC member, so your funds are protected — up to $250,000 per depositor, per institution — in the unlikely event of bank failure.
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