Whether you’re planning to move abroad, settle in France for a new life with your family, pursue your studies, learn another language or boost you career... HSBC France is at your side to support you in all your projects, all over the world.
In 2017, 57 million expatriates crossed borders to try their luck in a new country (Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development figure). So why not you? Wherever life takes you, your international bank is here to help get ready to move and to make your new home a success.
What are the advantages of being an international customer at HSBC France?
The International Centre supports you
The English-speaking Advisers in our International Centre are specialised in the needs of international clients. You can contact them by phone, e-mail or videoconference, or come and meet them at your HSBC branch on the Champs-Elysées in Paris.
Open Monday to Friday from 8am to 7pm and Saturday from 9am to 5pm(1).
Online services in French and English
Your personal online banking and the HSBC France app are available both in English and French. It makes it easy to manage your accounts and benefit from all your everyday banking services.
Fee-free withdrawals using your HSBC bank card at our cash machines
Outside the Euro zone, withdrawals made in an HSBC cash machines are exempt from withdrawal fees by HSBC France(4) . Find them in 66 countries in Europe, Asia, the Americas, the Middle East and North Africa.
What are your international life plans?
How can HSBC France support you with your expatriation project?
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Speak to an adviser
Do you need advice or support to help you move abroad? Meet with a branch adviser to learn about our international services.
Global View : We remind you that according to the regulations in force, individuals, associations, and companies not having the commercial form, domiciled or established for tax purposes in France, are required to declare, when declaring their income or results, all accounts opened, held, used or closed abroad as well as income related to those accounts. In addition, as soon as individuals receive income from movable property through these accounts, they must pay social security contributions and, where applicable, make a down payment of income tax. Finally, under certain conditions, the portion of the representative value of real estate assets of shares or shares in companies or organisations held in these accounts must be declared for tax purposes if the holders concerned are liable for it. In addition, under current regulations, individuals domiciled for tax purposes in France are required to declare, when filing their income tax returns, certain information relating to capitalisation contracts and investments of the same nature, and in particular life insurance contracts, taken out with organisations established outside France and, where applicable, the income generated on these contracts when they are fully or partially surrendered. In addition, the latter must also pay the social security contributions due under their contract. Finally, the surrender value of surrenderable insurance contracts and capitalisation warrants or contracts up to the fraction of their representative value of units of account composed of taxable real estate assets must be declared for tax purposes if the holders concerned are liable for it. In the event of non-compliance with these obligations, the persons concerned are exposed to tax reminders and the application of sanctions. For further details regarding your reporting and tax obligations, we recommend you consult an independent advisor.
Global Transfers: Up to USD 100,000 (or its equivalent) and subject to eligibility. Additional fees may be charged by French or foreign correspondents for a particular service or following a foreign exchange transaction. The exchange rate corresponds to the exchange price of the currency at the time the transaction is executed plus a variable margin depending on the amount of the transaction and the currency processed.