Coronavirus: our response

Find out more about how HSBC UK is supporting its customers and communities amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

Information for HSBC UK customers

Personal customers

We are offering a range of support for personal banking customers, including key workers and those who may be more vulnerable at this time.

Business customers

We have launched a range of measures and are working with the government to get money to business to see them through the next few months and to keep people in work.

More on our response

Responding to Coronavirus: a message from HSBC UK’s Chief Executive

Ian Stuart explains how HSBC UK is working to support and keep safe its customers, colleagues and the broader communities it serves across the UK.

Brits spend less in lockdown but half say savings would last only 2 months

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to put strain on the economy, new research by HSBC UK shows over two thirds of Brits are spending less in lockdown than they expected - but worryingly, nearly half (49%) of Brits say their savings would only last for two months or less if they were out of work.

Land Rover Defender specialist secures funding to safeguard business during coronavirus

A South West business which creates and refurbishes custom Land Rover Defenders has secured a seven-figure finance facility from HSBC UK to safeguard the future of the company during the COVID-19 crisis.

Welsh engineers begin manufacturing vital equipment amid coronavirus threat

A family-run engineering company in Carmarthenshire has been given MHRA (Medical Health Regulatory Authority) authorisation to begin manufacturing a breathing aid using funding secured from HSBC UK and the Welsh Government.

Family-owed drinks bottling business launches production of hand sanitiser

A customer of HSBC UK for over 12 years, Marches Bottling and Packaging secured an additional overdraft facility to help fund the production of its new hand sanitiser – Two Cousins.

South Wales business secures £226 million to support essential industries during COVID-19

A South Wales company which is providing its vital products for ‘essential’ industries during the coronavirus outbreak has secured a £226 million funding package from HSBC UK to support its ongoing growth.