The HSBC Bank SWIFT Code is needed for incoming overseas payments to an HSBC account.

The HSBC Bank USA SWIFT Code, used for international Funds Transfers, is MRMDUS33.
In order to receive a international funds transfer into an existing HSBC account, you will need to provide the person sending the funds transfer with information about your account including the HSBC SWIFT code.

The SWIFT Code used for international financial transfers and transactions is dependent on institution’s name, HSBC, and the financial institutions location.  A SWIFT Code is a unique identifier of every bank worldwide via the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication system.

 Additional HSBC SWIFT Codes include the following:

The HSBC Bank SWIFT Code for Toronto and Ontario, Canada using the Canadian Dollar is HKBCCATT.

For Euro currency transactions, HSBC Bank plc in London uses the SWIFT code of MIDLGB22.

HSBC Bank is Prague, Czech Republic uses the SWIFT Code, MIDLCZPP, for Czech Koruna denominated transactions.

Polish zloty transfers at HSBC Bank Polska SA in Warsaw, Poland uses the SWIFT Code of HSBCPLPW.

Saudi riyal transactions for HSBC go through Saudi British Bank, Saudi Arabia with the identifying SWIFT Code of SABBSARI.

HSBC Bank Johannesburg, South Africa uses the SWIFT Code HSBCZAJJ for South African rand transfers.

HSBC Bank Middle East in Dubai, UAE use the SWIFT code BBMEAEAD for transactions in dirhams.

The HSBC Bank SWIFT code for the Australian Dollar in Australia is HKBAAU2S and is handled through HSBC Australia Limited in Sydney, Australia.

The HSBC SWIFT Code for China using the Chinese renminbi is HSBCHKHHHKH, transactions are handled through The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in Auckland, New Zealand uses the SWIFT Code of HSBCNZ2A with transactions based on the New Zealand dollar.

The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in Bangkok, Thailand uses the following SWIFT Code, HSBCTHBK with transfers conducted in the Thai baht.

Singapore dollar transfers in Singapore go through The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited with a SWIFT Code of HSBCSGSG.

HSBC in Tokyo handles transactions in the Japanese yen through The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in Tokyo, Japan with the following SWIFT Code, HSBCJPJT.

It is strongly recommend that customers making international transactions verify all details with the bank ensure proper processing and accurate deposits.  The HSBC Bank customer service number is 800.975.4722.

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