For further information on investment in Structured Deposits, please contact any HSBC branches.
Structured deposit is a form of structured product and is different from the traditional form of time deposit. Therefore, it is not a substitute for regular time deposits and is not inclusive in the extent of the Central Deposit Insurance Corporation (CDIC). Investors shall assume the credit risk of HSBC as their own responsibility.
Investment entails risk. Return from the investment is determined by market situation within the investment tenor or the expected time span. The performance of a structured deposit in such a period may be positive or negative, which in turn will affect the return. The return from this product may fall lower than the return of time deposits covering the same period. Investors shall prepare to assume risk, and may not earn the same interest from investment otherwise with the same principal. Investors shall make independent judgment on participation in any of the investment programs cautiously with reference to their own capacity to assume risks, investment experience, investment objectives, financial positions and related conditions (effect on legal, taxation and accounting aspects).