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Cash Management

Why are HSBC’s services right for you?

  • Sophisticated payment solutions designed specifically for this complex financial environment
  • Value-added payments solutions such as cheque outsourcing services and payments advice to beneficiaries via email
  • Full range of efficient collection and auto-reconciliation services
  • Flexible cross-straits and global banking solutions
  • Easily review transaction records for different accounts at different locations

Other Business Benefits

  • Secure payment solutions such as cashier’s orders, drafts, company cheques, as well as electronic payments
  • HSBC in Greater China offers a full suite of cash management services, covering receivable management, payments and liquidity management
  • HSBC now offers same-day remittance services in the Greater China Region, covering HSBC accounts in mainland China and Taiwan as well as Bank of Communications accounts in mainland China. Funds can now be credited to beneficiary’s account on the same day(Cut-off time for same-day remittances has been extended to 4.30pm/4.00pm respectively*)
  • Real-time cash flow monitoring and control via HSBCnet
  • PRD-to-HK Express Remittance Service in HSBC China
  • HSBC's direct membership and linkages to the nationwide clearing system (CNAPS - China National Advanced Payment System), and alliance with 5 major local banks also shortens the remittance time for Renminbi across mainland China, which can be completed within 24 hours
  • Virtual Account Service in HSBC Taiwan
* Same-day remittance cutoff time is applicable from Monday to Friday only. Service is available for HKD/USD remittances from HSBC Hong Kong to a corporate account of HSBC in mainland China or Taiwan or Bank of Communications in mainland China. Customer must place the instructions via HSBCnet or Business Internet Banking before 4:30pm for payments to HSBC branches in mainland China and Taiwan and 4:00pm for payments to Bank of Communications in mainland China.. The beneficiaries must be an onshore company in mainland China or a company in Taiwan.

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Smarter Banking in Mainland China

To provide you with an overview of some key regulatory issues faced when undertaking financial activities in China, check out the Useful FAQs.

  • Setting up accounts
  • Borrowing in China
  • Internet Banking for Business Service
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Manage your foreign currency risks

HSBC offers a super range of foreign exchange services which will help you to manage your international business effectively.

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