During this volatile period, it’s possible the value of your investments will have fallen. We appreciate this can be unsettling. Yet it’s also normal for markets to react to fast-moving events in this way. Staying focused on your long-term plans can help you avoid panic selling.
For HSBC analysis of how coronavirus is affecting global markets, visit our Wealth Insights hub. For details of how to access and manage your investments online, please see the pages below.
How to use Global Investment Centre
If you’re registered for our online fund platform, this step-by-step guide can help you buy, sell and switch funds.
How to use InvestDirect
If you have a sharedealing account, here’s how to buy and sell shares online.
HSBC My Investment
If you’ve taken out an investment using our online advice service, log on to track your investment and manage your account.
World Selection ISA
If you bought a World Selection ISA online, here’s information about your investment and how you can manage your account.
Child Trust Fund
If you hold HSBC Child Trust Fund, here’s a guide to help you manage your investment.
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Our Engagement Policy
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