Welcome to HSBC in Ireland

Connecting customers to opportunities

HSBC Ireland is the country’s leading international bank. We provide a range of corporate banking and
securities services, helping businesses to thrive and economies to prosper and enabling people to realise
their ambitions.

   Corporate Banking

Visit HSBC Ireland’s site for corporates to learn about our capabilities and solutions. Our corporate banking business works with top tier Irish multinationals and subsidiaries of foreign companies to successfully implement their growth strategy. Our expertise in managing risk, payments and working capital are of particular interest to corporates looking for investment and growth in international markets.

   Securities Services

Shifting economic powers, tighter and fragmented regulatory regimes and increased counterparty risk along with growing demands for transparency make it challenging to maintain a competitive edge. That’s particularly true where the global fund industry is concerned, which is why HSBC’s bespoke securities services are designed to help secure your position in the marketplace. Visit our dedicated HSBC Securities Services site to learn more about our approach and solutions.

   Global Banking and Markets

Connecting institutional investors to global growth opportunities, with dedicated local support and expertise. HSBC opens global market opportunities.




HSBC is one of the world's largest banking and financial services organisations and has been operating in Ireland since 1979. Find careers, media, investor and corporate information, including details about the bank's history, strategy and values.

Fraud Warning – Important Information


Please note that we are aware of a number of fraudulent 'investment opportunities' in circulation at present. Members of the public are receiving 'cold calls' and fraudulent emails pertaining to be from HSBC with offers to invest in Bonds and other retail products. Please note that HSBC does not offer retail / personal banking services in Ireland.

The Central Bank of Ireland has published a list of unauthorised firms on its website, information on how to protect yourself from financial scams – the SAFE Test and information on how to avoid scams and unauthorised activity.

Anyone considering an investment opportunity should check the unauthorised firms list and information regarding safe investments on the CBI's website.

If you believe you have been the victim of fraud you should contact your bank immediately and report the incident to the Gardai.