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Why Call The HSBC Customer Service Number?
Some of the more common queries that are dealt with using the HSBC contact number are:
- Enquiries regarding Current Accounts or Business Accounts
- Enquiries regarding Debit Cards or Credit Cards
- Enquiries regarding Mortgages and Mortgage Applications
- Enquiries regarding Personal Loans and Business Loans
- Enquiries regarding Savings products and services
- Enquiries regarding insurance and protection services
Why Contact HSBC Bank?
When it comes to the biggest banks in the world, HSBC are certainly up there with the best. Although they are classed as a ‘Bank’ they are a multi-functional financial corporation with interests in consumer banking, corporate banking, mortgage loans and property management.
Unlike other banks, HSBC aim to focus more on the ‘consumer journey’ rather than simply selling standard financial products, for example, where other banks will offer specific types of savings accounts to parents, HSBC offer planning tools that utilise data provided by the customer to offer a bespoke package of services and products, aimed at maximising the customers potential returns on investment.
Similar ‘customer journey’ processes can also be found in most of their other products and services such as Credit Cards, Mortgages and Insurance products, making it easier for customers to decide whats best for them quicker and easier. The HSBC phone number is also considered one of the easiest to use by its customers.
The History of HSBC Bank
Have you ever wondered what HSBC stands for? it actually stands for Hong Kong Shanghai Banking Corporation and it was founded in 1991 when its original banks in Hong Kong, Shanghai and London formed a merger to create the UK-China global financial institution it is today.
The original foundations of the bank were established in the then British colonies of Hong Kong and Shanghai back in 1865 by Scottish financier Sir Thomas Sutherland shortly before UK-China trade routes had been established.
For 20 years after its 1991 merger, HSBC purchased numerous other banks across the globe and merged them into its own operations, helping it to become the biggest bank in the world by 2012 in terms of total assets under its control.
HSBC’s headquarters is based in Canary Wharf, London and by the end of the 2012 it had approximately 260,000 employees working for it worldwide with total revenues in 2012 exceeding $75 billion.
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