4 Must-Dos After Moving to Singapore

Managing your finances is easier said than done when you’re a global citizen on the move. But whether this is your first or your third time living abroad, it’s always easier to settle in when you’ve a trusted banking partner that goes beyond supporting your financial goals. With HSBC’s new partnership with ANZA, we’ve compiled 4 must-dos after moving to the lion city...

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  1. Create Your Dream Place

Whether you’re looking for a condominium in Holland Village or a quaint shophouse in Katong, rest assured that you’ll receive exclusive offers with our real estate partners from Propnex, ERA and Mutual Benefits. Found the perfect place, but need help sprucing it up with your own style? Our furnishing partners Esco Leasing and Romanez might be of help.

  1. Get the Lowdown on Singapore’s Education, Legal, & Tax System

You know what they say, the best advice is always free. Enjoy complimentary consultations across the legal and tax sector with our trusted partners. Get familiarised with Singapore law with Summit Law Corporation, and understand how the Singapore tax system works with Costline. Still deciding between an international school and a national curriculum school for your child? Our partners like Purry Consultant Services can point you in the right direction.

  1. Get Local With Your Lifestyle

Unlock a range of exciting offers with your HSBC card. Get offers on your mobile plans, fitness subscriptions, and even yacht charters! That’s not all — look forward to exclusive 1-for-1 ENTERTAINER with HSBC deals that let you savour Singapore’s exciting foodscape. Think Jamie’s Italian, Tenkaichi Japanese BBQ Restaurant and more!

  1. Find A Community To Call Home

Being away from home is much easier when you have a community you can rely on. That’s why HSBC is proud to be the Platinum Sponsor of ANZA’s Great Australian Day BBQ 2019! Join us on 27 Jan to participate in fun activities and stand to win exclusive gifts. Our Relationship Managers will also be present to answer any queries you might have.

If you would like us to contact you with more details, please click here to register your interest.

You can also join HSBC by simply crediting your monthly salary to an HSBC Premier or Advance account. Look forward to a suite of international banking services and partner privileges. Head over to www.hsbc.com.sg/expat for more details.