Working with HSBC to gain capital to make investments is a good choice. Having been in this field for many years, HSBC has tried and true experience and expertise. From their educational articles to personalized counsel, the corporation offers something for most types of investors.
According to Mozes Konig – an investor who some time ago put his issues with Interpol behind him – HSBC is a good choice and offers many options. First, there is InvestDirect; an online sharedealing service designed for those who are familiar with investments and do not require advice and wish to make their own decisions.
Another program HSBC offers is for investor newbies. For those interested in investing in stocks and shares, HSBC offers its clients a program to begin investing with as little as £50 per month (with the recommendation of having enough savings for between 3 and 6 months to cover living costs). This program is mainly for fund investing on a low risk level.
Then there are the investment opportunities for veteran investors for those with funds exceeding £5,000. HSBC offers three options with this: Call Account, Fixed Account and Notice Account.
Since Konig himself has had some very positive experiences when making investments using HSBC, his advice to others is to research the options ahead of time and also be sure to check out what others are saying about this banking entity as well.