Banking safely from your home

We understand you have concerns on how to bank safely with the current Covid-19 outbreak in Mauritius and the sanitary curfew.

 

Personal Internet banking lets you carry out most of your everyday transactions and more - whatever the time of day. Wherever there's an internet connection, you can log on securely and get your banking done.

Things you don't need to go to your branch for

  • Make transfers and payments
    Transfer funds between your accounts, other local banks or overseas.
    Change of your Personal Banking Daily transfer limits.
    Stop cheque payment.
    Cancel future transfers.
  • Access your account details
    View all of your account statements and transaction details virtually. Request for previous account and credit card statements.
    So go paperless! It's good for the environment and you'll also no longer need to think about how to securely store your paper statements to protect your personal information.
  • Open and manage your Term Deposit account
    Open a Term Deposit account in Rupees or in available foreign currencies. Update maturity instructions for your existing Term Deposits.
  • Manage your cards
    Request for a temporary increase of your Credit Card limit.
    Request for a replacement PIN for your ATM and/or Credit Card.
  • Update your personal contact details
    Provide us with your latest email address and mobile number.

Online banking security

Your safety is paramount to us. Our online banking service is protected by industry-leading security technologies, providing the strongest defence against unauthorised access. We offer two factor authentication for your security.

Passwords

This allows you to log on with a user name, password and one-time password generated by your security device.

Security device

The security device adds an extra layer of security to online banking.  If you need help with your 
HSBC security device, please refer to the FAQs or contact us.

Get started with online banking

New to online banking?

If you've never used the service, you need to register first.

Already registered?

If you're already registered for online banking, you can log on now.

Frequently asked questions