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.

Young doesn’t mean naive when it comes to managing money

New research from HSBC on digital banking trends reveals digital banking usage is at an all-time high, with young people more aware of their bank balance than any other demographic.

HSBC UK offers digital cheque scanning for businesses to reduce trips to branches

HSBC UK has launched digital cheque deposits for business customers to help reduce visits to branch as social distancing measures remain in place to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Bolton pushchair manufacturer secures funding to protect future

A Bolton-based designer and manufacturer of pushchairs, highchairs and car seats has received a six-figure loan from HSBC UK through CBILS to support the future of the firm after being heavily impacted by Covid-19.

Future of North East NHS ambulance service safeguarded with £1.6m in funding from HSBC UK

IAS Medical, a private North East ambulance service which is currently providing emergency transport services to the NHS amid the coronavirus crisis, has secured new financing from HSBC 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.