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HSBC Bermuda launches mobile banking app

HSBC has become the first bank in Bermuda to launch mobile banking.

HSBC says its new app allows its customers to view their account balances, transfer funds, pay bills and view special HSBC offers when they are travelling.

Customers can download the free app from the App Store for their Apple devices or Google Play

store for Android devices. HSBC Bermuda head of Retail Banking Wealth Management, Blake Hellam said, “Our customers in Bermuda lead very busy lifestyles managing work, family and social commitments.

“The mobile banking platform created by HSBC is simple, secure and efficient, and will allow customers to

effortlessly integrate their everyday banking with other daily tasks.”

Richard Moseley, CEO of HSBC Bermuda added: “As mobile device penetration increases, solutions

such as HSBC's Mobile Banking will become the future of digital banking. We are witnessing a

trend where more and more banking customers are moving away from desktop computers and

going mobile.

“HSBC Bermuda looks forward to bringing additional mobile banking solutions to

our customers in the future.”

HSBC's Mobile Banking service currently provides basic transaction services, so an HSBC Internet Banking Security Device is not required. For services such as Wire Transfers, change of

personal details or opening new accounts, customers will still need to access HSBC Personal PUBLIC

Internet Banking using a desktop computer.

HSBC staff show off the bank's new app, which allows customers to view balances, transfer funds and more.

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Published September 24, 2013 at 9:00 am (Updated September 23, 2013 at 6:39 pm)

HSBC Bermuda launches mobile banking app

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