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Jersey-developed app to help expats manage finances

Jersey-developed app to help expats manage finances

Friday 14 June 2019

Jersey-developed app to help expats manage finances

A team of Jersey-based digital experts has developed an app to make it easier for expats to transact in different currencies around the world.

HSBC Expat, a team based in Jersey that manages the finances of expats living abroad, officially launched 'HSBC FX App' last month to its global expat customers. The app is now available through 24 app stores worldwide.

It has been created for expats looking for market insights, and allows them to make payments and trade more easily on their mobiles in a range of currencies. The app also features biometric security.

Commenting on the launch, John Goddard, Head of HSBC Expat, said: “We understand that expats live busy, internationally-dynamic lives and are constantly having to manage their finances remotely, whether that’s paying school fees, managing their mortgages, or trading in various currencies. This app gives customers control at their fingertips, and the ability to manage their finances at a time that is convenient for them.

“It’s fantastic that our talented teams right here in Jersey have delivered an app that will improve the banking experience for thousands of people across the globe. It is a reflection of the commitment HSBC has made to digital innovation, and testament to the fact that Jersey is a leading jurisdiction for international finance and increasingly FinTech.”

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