HSBC in the Palestinian Territories


IMPORTANT NOTICE

HSBC Bank Middle East Limited would like to inform its customers that further to letters dated 3 November 2015 and newspaper advertisements placed in local Palestinian newspapers on 5 November 2015, its branch operations in Ramallah-West Bank were closed effective 31 December 2015 and that all remaining customer accounts were also closed at this time.

This closure is in line with HSBC’s global business strategy and was approved by the Palestine Monetary Authority (PMA).

If you were a customer of HSBC in Ramallah and were unable to withdraw your funds from your accounts with HSBC in Ramallah prior to 31 December 2015, please download the appropriate Fund Repatriation Form below, fill in the required details, and visit the PMA to certify your proof of ID documents. Should you be residing outside Palestine, please visit your nearest HSBC office to certify your proof of ID documents.

Fund Repatriation Form for Personal Banking Customers (PDF, 53KB)
Fund Repatriation Form for Commercial Banking Customers (PDF, 59KB)

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