Free travel insurance, discounted loans among HSBC 2022 deals

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HSBC Malta has launched a number of offers and discounts for personal customers and high net worth customers.

To celebrate the start of 2022, the bank is offering reduced rates on loans, cashback on new Advance and Premier accounts and discounts on life protection policies and investments.

Specifically, HSBC Malta is offering a 5% lifetime discount on personal protection plan premiums and a 20% discount on initial fees for mutual fund investments. The Bank also offers interest rate reductions on its unsecured personal loans, green loans, student loans and graduate loans.

In addition to cashback, new Premier and Advance account customers will receive additional benefits. These include free travel insurance, a free Premier or Advance credit card with rewards points, free purchase protection cover, free debit card withdrawals at HSBC and non-HSBC ATMs and loyalty points double for the first six months when using Premier MasterCard or Advance Visa Platinum Card.

In addition to offers and discounts, Gregory Inglott, COO of Personal Banking and Wealth Management, said HSBC’s financial planning advisors are also always on hand to help customers review their finances and plan for retirement, get better returns on their savings and investments, and consider ways to ensure their loved ones are protected.

Limited offers are available until March 30, 2022 and may be withdrawn at any time at the discretion of the Bank. The terms and conditions apply to the whole “Start of the year campaign” promotion.

To find out more about these offers or to book an appointment to discuss their banking or financial planning needs, customers are encouraged to visit, call the contact center on 2380 2380 or to visit any HSBC branch. We remind customers that the branch at 80 Mill Street in Qormi is open until 7:00 p.m. on weekdays and until 12:30 p.m. on Saturdays for convenience.

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