Whether you’re looking to transfer money for personal needs, for your family back home, for your children's education or for investment or savings purposes, HSBC International Money Transfer is a safe, convenient and hassle-free way to make a payment.
Enjoy convenience and peace of mind when you use HSBC Money Transfer for international transactions.
The advantages that make life easier
- Exchange Rate Certainty
Make your payment or transfer in the currency of the beneficiary account and benefit from our exchange rate. If you choose to send your payment in EGP, the exact converted amount will be subject to the exchange rate applicable by the recipient’s bank.
- Global Connectivity
Send money to over 150 countries in up to 17 different currencies with personal assistance from our team, either online, at your local branch or over the phone.
- Online fee discount
Transfer online and save on the transactional fee when transferring money outside Egypt.
- Extra online security with HSBC Secure Key
When you transfer money using Online Banking, Secure Key generates a unique security code for each transaction, giving you an extra level of protection. To help ensure that only you can access your account and payments, simply switch on your Secure Key and follow the easy instructions.
* Subject to local regulations. For transfers to your personal HSBC accounts around the world, please refer to Global View and Global Transfers.
International Money Transfers can be done by debiting Non-EGP accounts.
For debiting EGP accounts to send money abroad, it is subject to local regulations and the bank’s foreign exchange policy. Please refer to the branch or the call center for details on the latest foreign exchange policy.
Please refer to our Schedule of charges for the latest information on our fees and charges.
HSBC Bank EGP (the "Bank") is required to act in accordance with the laws and regulations operating in various countries around the world relating to international sanctions. Under these sanctions requirements, the Bank is prohibited from engaging in certain transactions. The Bank would only process transactions that are in compliance with applicable sanctions.
Registered to Online Banking?
It’s easy. All you need to do is:
1. Log on using Online Banking
2. Select 'Move Money'
3. Select the account from which you want to transfer money
4. Fill beneficiary and transfer amount details and purpose of transfer
5. Confirm your transfer
You can also set up transfers to beneficiary accounts for future/recurring payments by saving this transfer instruction as a template for future use.
Not registered for Online Banking?
It only takes a few minutes to register and once registered you can make Money Transfers quickly and securely online.
Find a branch
To make a Domestic Money Transfer from your account at HSBC, please visit your local branch with valid personal identification.
Find a branch
Things you should know*
- International Foreign Currency Transfers can only be done via Branches and Online Banking subject to debiting a non-EGP account and the transfer currency is the same as the debit account currency.
- International Foreign Exchange Transfers can be done through Branches, whereby the transfer currency is different from the non-EGP debit account currency.
- International Foreign Exchange Transfers debiting an EGP account, can only be done through Branches subject to the Bank’s Foreign Exchange policy.
Before making a payment, be sure to have the following at hand:
- Your HSBC account number
- Beneficiary's full name, postal address and account number
- Beneficiary's banking information:
- International Bank Account Number (IBAN) or account number
- The bank or the intermediary bank Sort/ Swift/ BIC code
- Purpose of Payment
- Bank name and address
* Payments will be routed overseas using this information. Incorrect or invalid information may lead to the payment being delayed or rejected by the overseas bank. In such cases, because of charges and differences in exchange rates, you may not receive the full amount back.
** Some countries may request additional information.
International telegraphic transfers
| EGP 70
|| 0.21%(MIN EGP49- MAX EGP 700)+ EGP70 cable charges*
(Excluding correspondent bank charges)
| 0.3%(MIN EGP70- MAX EGP 700)+ EGP140 cable charges*
For foreign currency transfers, you will be charged an additional flat correspondent Bank fees of USD 25 if you choose to pay all fees and charges related to the transfer. This fee will be deducted upon processing the transfer.
*Cable Charges: an additional flat fee charged for International Transfers.
For General Terms and Conditions click here
For Schedule of Charges click here
You agree that we, or any other member of the HSBC Group, may take whatever action we consider appropriate to meet any obligations, either in that Country or elsewhere in the world, relating to the prevention of fraud, money laundering and terrorist activity and the provision of financial and other services to persons who may be subject to sanctions. This may include, but is not limited to, investigating and intercepting payments into and out of your account (particularly in the case of international transfer of funds) or investigating the source of or intended recipient of funds. It may also include making enquires to establish whether a person is subject to sanctions. Exceptionally, this may delay the carrying out of your instructions or the receipt of cleared fund, but where possible, we will advise you of the reasons for and likely length of any delay. You agree that neither we, nor any other member of the HSBC Group, shall be responsible to you or any third party for any loss incurred as a result of us or any other member of the HSBC Group, shall be responsible to you or any third party for any loss incurred as a result of us or any other member of the HSBC Group taking the actions set out in this paragraph.
HSBC Bank Egypt S.A.E (the "Bank") is required to act in accordance with the laws and regulations operating in various countries around the world relating to international sanctions. Under these sanctions requirements, the Bank is prohibited from engaging in certain transactions. The Bank would only process transactions that are in compliance with applicable sanctions.