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Our top 5 FAQs

  1. What types of funds can I hold?
    What types of funds can I hold?

    There is a range of open ended investment company (OEIC) and unit trust funds that you can hold within each of your account(s).

    You can view the range of funds available using the 'Research funds' section within the Global Investment Centre or alternatively, they can be viewed at http://investments.hsbc.co.uk/funds/entry

    You can refer to the Fund Details to provide you with more information about each fund including their investment objectives and the specific risks associated with each fund to help you make your selection.

    The value of investments (and any income received from them) can fall as well as rise and you may not get back what you invested. For some investments this can also happen as a result of exchange rate fluctuations as shares and funds may have an exposure to overseas markets.

    Most investments should be considered as a medium- to long-term commitment, meaning you should be prepared to hold them for at least five years.

    Some have a fixed term or may not be accessible until you reach your retirement age. For products with a fixed term you may get back significantly less than originally invested if you make an early withdrawal.

    The value of any tax benefits described depends on your individual circumstances. Tax rules may change in the future.

  2. Is there a charge to open a Funds Portfolio and/or an ISA Funds Portfolio within the Global Investment Centre?
    Is there a charge to open a Funds Portfolio and/or an ISA Funds Portfolio within the Global Investment Centre?

    There is no initial charge on any funds in the Global Investment centre, however an annual management charge and other expenses will apply.

    Full details of charges, including annual management charges and any other expenses are available in the Key Features Document and the individual Funds Details documents.

    The value of investments (and any income received from them) can fall as well as rise and you may not get back what you invested. For some investments this can also happen as a result of exchange rate fluctuations as shares and funds may have an exposure to overseas markets.

    Most investments should be considered as a medium- to long-term commitment, meaning you should be prepared to hold them for at least five years.

    Some have a fixed term or may not be accessible until you reach your retirement age. For products with a fixed term you may get back significantly less than originally invested if you make an early withdrawal.

    The value of any tax benefits described depends on your individual circumstances. Tax rules may change in the future.

  3. Is there a minimum amount that I have to invest?
    Is there a minimum amount that I have to invest?

    The minimum initial investment is £100 for each fund for each account and the minimum additional investment is £100 for each fund for each account.

    The value of investments (and any income received from them) can fall as well as rise and you may not get back what you invested. For some investments this can also happen as a result of exchange rate fluctuations as shares and funds may have an exposure to overseas markets.

    Most investments should be considered as a medium- to long-term commitment, meaning you should be prepared to hold them for at least five years.

    Some have a fixed term or may not be accessible until you reach your retirement age. For products with a fixed term you may get back significantly less than originally invested if you make an early withdrawal.

    The value of any tax benefits described depends on your individual circumstances. Tax rules may change in the future.

  4. What happens after I have placed a buy instruction?
    What happens after I have placed a buy instruction?

    If a Buy instruction is placed prior to the dealing deadline (for individual dealing deadlines please see the Fund Details Document for the specific fund) then your order will normally be placed with the fund provider before the fund's next valuation point. The valuation point for each fund is shown in the Fund Details.

    You can then view the status of an instruction by clicking on 'Details' located within the 'My order status' section. Once we receive confirmation that the instruction has been executed by the fund provider, your new holding will be reflected within 'My funds portfolio' section. When you place a Buy instruction a hold will be placed on the required monies in your chosen settlement account or in the case of your ISA this will be the Uninvested cash account. The money will be taken from your settlement account or your Uninvested cash account on settlement day.

    We will send you a confirmation of the number of fund shares purchased for you and the price you paid.

    The value of investments (and any income received from them) can fall as well as rise and you may not get back what you invested. For some investments this can also happen as a result of exchange rate fluctuations as shares and funds may have an exposure to overseas markets.

    Most investments should be considered as a medium- to long-term commitment, meaning you should be prepared to hold them for at least five years.

    Some have a fixed term or may not be accessible until you reach your retirement age. For products with a fixed term you may get back significantly less than originally invested if you make an early withdrawal.

    The value of any tax benefits described depends on your individual circumstances. Tax rules may change in the future.

  5. Can I make regular contributions to a fund or make a joint application?
    Can I make regular contributions to a fund or make a joint application?

    No. We don't currently offer this service for Global Investment Centre. However, you may invest as often as you like subject to the minimum investment amount of £100 for each fund for each account.

    The value of investments (and any income received from them) can fall as well as rise and you may not get back what you invested. For some investments this can also happen as a result of exchange rate fluctuations as shares and funds may have an exposure to overseas markets.

    Most investments should be considered as a medium- to long-term commitment, meaning you should be prepared to hold them for at least five years.

    Some have a fixed term or may not be accessible until you reach your retirement age. For products with a fixed term you may get back significantly less than originally invested if you make an early withdrawal.

    The value of any tax benefits described depends on your individual circumstances. Tax rules may change in the future.

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The value of investments (and any income received from them) can fall as well as rise and you may not get back the amount invested. For some investments this can also happen as a result of exchange rate fluctuations as shares and funds may have an exposure to overseas markets.

Most investments should be considered as a medium- to long-term commitment, meaning you should be prepared to hold them for at least five years.

The value of any tax benefits described depends on your individual circumstances. Tax rules may change in the future.