The remitter (third party/you) has to complete the required formalities with the remitting bank i.e. provide details pertaining of the beneficiary such as bank account number/name, swift code, and relationship with the beneficiary, purpose of remittance, etc. Please note that the SWIFT code for HSBC India is 'HSBCINBB'
The amount will be credited to HSBC India account within 2 working days# from the day of receipt of funds by HSBC
Visit your nearest HSBC bank branch and submit the documentation required for making a remittance with details pertaining to the beneficiary such as beneficiary details, purpose of remittance, etc. Outward wire transfer is subject to tax compliance and submission of required documents. You may contact HSBC PhoneBanking or visit the nearest HSBC branch to know the list of documents to be submitted for such outward remittance transactions.
*Please refer to Help Centre for more details.
**Foreign exchange rates are subject to change without any prior notice. Foreign currency money transfers from India are subject to applicable restrictions under Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999.
Visit your nearest bank branch and deposit the foreign currency cheque/draft for credit into your HSBC India account by filling up a deposit slip. You may submit the same at the branch teller counter and obtain a receipt towards the same
The account will be credited within 14-21 working days# from the day of cheque deposit in the local branch of HSBC India by your beneficiary.
Visit your nearest bank branch and submit the duly signed documents required for issuance of a foreign currency draft.
Charges may be applicable on transfers from the originating and receiving country (Refer the service charge section for more details)
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