Open up a world of trading
Improve your trading with the latest research and insights, make the most of advanced trading tools, benefit with real speed to market and access wherever you are. Open an online account and make the most of every opportunity.
With an HSBC Online Share Trading Account, you can:
Trade from $19.95 per trade up to $20,000 and 0.11% for trades over $20,000.
Access a range of investment opportunities like shares, Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) Managed Funds (mFunds) and more, all on one platform.
Gain a real advantage with complimentary access to research and insights, including daily trading ideas and technical insights from Recognia.
Benefit from complimentary access to advanced trading tools including the Market Map, Advanced charting tools, Multi Order pads, and Unlimited Conditional Orders.
Trade and monitor your investments with convenient mobile access via smart phone and or tablet. With our platform, view research reports, live news feeds, and company announcements as well as obtain quotes and check market depth.
Complimentary Stop Loss and advanced conditional orders.
Once set up, earn interest and trade instantly from your linked HSBC Deposit Account.
Complimentary End of Financial Year tax report.
Enjoy competitive brokerage
- $19.95 per share trade (up to $20,000)
- 0.11% for trades over $20,000
Complimentary trading ideas
Trade on your mobile
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Choose the one platform that gives you dynamic live pricing and lets you trade wherever you are with seamless access via mobile, tablet or laptop.
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Applicants must be Australian residents for taxation purposes and must be 18 years or over.
HSBC Online Share Trading is a service provided by Third Party Platform Pty Ltd ("TPP") ABN 74 121 227 905 AFSL No. 314341, a wholly owned but non-guaranteed subsidiary of Bell Financial Group Ltd (ASX:BFG), at the request of HSBC Bank Australia Limited ABN 48 006 434 162 AFSL 232595 ("HSBC"). TPP is a Participant of the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) Limited Group and a Trading Participant of Chi-X. View a copy of the terms and conditions relating to the HSBC Online Share Trading service and the Financial Services Guide for TPP, or if you would like one to be sent to you contact us on 1300 782 811 or + 613 8663 2766. Neither TPP nor HSBC are representatives of each other. To the extent permitted by law, HSBC will not guarantee or otherwise support TPP's obligations under the contracts or agreements connected with the HSBC Online Share Trading service. HSBC receives a commission from TPP for each client referral provided to TPP. TPP and HSBC do not provide investment advice in relation to HSBC Online Share Trading. You should consider your own financial situation, particular needs and investment objectives before acting on any of the information available on this website. HSBC does not guarantee or accept liability for any products offered by TPP.