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Dear valued customer

We are delighted to introduce to you HSBC's wealth protection services, which is able to provide you even more benefits under our enhanced range of HSBC Premier services.

Giving you total peace of mind

We know that while you have worked hard to build your wealth, it is equally important to leave a legacy to your loved ones. Our wealth protection strategies can enable you to minimize the effect of taxation, expropriation and probate formalities on your global assets, giving you total peace of mind.

A team of experts

Established in 1946, HSBC Trustees is one of the oldest, largest and most successful trust companies in Singapore. to help ensure that your wealth is properly protected and held for the benefits of your chosen beneficiaries, our colleagues at HSBC Trustees can assist in the formulation of wealth protection strategies tailored to your financial needs. There will also be a regular review of your wealth protection strategy to ensure that your changing needs are met in this uncertain environment.

Please call your Relationship Manager or HSBC Premier Banking hotline on  1800 216 XXXX ( local ),   ( 65 ) 6216 XXXX ( overseas ) to find out how HSBC Premier can help you develop a wealth protection strategy.


     
expropriation   to take away money for personal use illegally
     
probate   the legal process of deciding whether or not a person's will has been made correctly and that the information it contains is correct
     
beneficiary   a person or group who receives money, advantages, etc. as a result of something else
     
 
     
 
 

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