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Your Company Details

Is your business a Corporate or a Partnership? Corporate - business organisation that meets certain legal requirements to be recognised as having a legal existence as an entity separate and distinct from its owners.<br/> Partnership - business organisation in which two or more individuals pool resources and share profit and loss in accordance with terms of the partnership agreement.
Has the name of your business changed in the last 5 years?
This number can typically be found in your certificate of incorporation, articles of association or business name filing documents e.g. business registration certificate or trade license etc.
Is the customer an acceptably publicly listed entity?
Is the customer an equivalently regulated financial institution?
Is the customer or mastergroup classified as wholesale?
On what date did the Customer relationship begin in the local jurisdiction? is a date and must be in the past. The date format is DD/MM/YYYY
The below has been prefilled using information we already hold on you so please confirm whether it remains accurate. Where changes have occurred, please edit the information where appropriate
Has there been any change to your business activities?
If yes, please add to the above description.
Annual revenue for overall Group
Multiple sources can be selected.
Ongoing cash flow

Please enter value between 0 - 100.
Country

Please provide the actual percentage of revenue generated within
Please note that any reference to ‘Country’ throughout the following forms covers countries and territories
Please enter value between 20 - 100.
Please select Not Applicable if no country generates 20% or more of your revenue<br/>Please note that any reference to ‘Country’ throughout the following forms covers countries and territories
Please select Not Applicable if no country generates 20% or more of your purchases<br/>Please note that any reference to ‘Country’ throughout the following forms covers countries and territories
Please select Not Applicable if no country generates 20% or more of your revenue<br/>Please note that any reference to ‘Country’ throughout the following forms covers countries and territories
Please select Not Applicable if no country generates 20% or more of your purchases<br/>Please note that any reference to ‘Country’ throughout the following forms covers countries and territories
Country

Country

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Country

Please provide the actual information for this country
Do you have a Tax Identify
Do you have a tax identification number (TIN)? Click here for additional information
If you do not have a TIN, please select N/A

Country

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Country

Country

Do you expect to see an increase/decrease of 20% or more annually with respect to the value of cash transactions expected to flow through your accounts? For e.g. Cash transactions will fall by c.50% as we now have card terminals and can collect card payments online.
What is the total expected value of these transactions annually including the increase/decrease? For e.g. 1. Decrease in Cash Transactions of US$200k per annum, and; 2. Increase in international payments of US$100k
Please enter value between 0 - 100.
Do you expect to make international payments to countries that you do not currently transact with? Please note that any reference to ‘Country’ throughout the following forms covers countries and territories
Please note that any reference to ‘Country’ throughout the following forms covers countries and territories
Does the Customer's Articles of Association (or equivalent) explicitly state either:
- all shares are to be registered; or
- bearer shares are prohibited
Have the bearer shares in issue been cancelled and reissued in registered form and included in a register of shareholders maintained by you?
Are any of the above service(s) provided or intend to be provided via HSBC account(s) or system(s)? For example, through any internet banking service provided by HSBC or any other Bank account(s) that you hold with HSBC.
Does the business generate more than 20% of the revenue from any non-banking financial activity? For example, a motor dealership which receives commission on vehicle financing contributing >20% of the revenue.

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Your Connected Parties

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Within this section we will require details of the ownership of your business and connected parties




Please provide the following details for the ‘Connected Party’
Is the connected party an individual or an entity?
Ultimate Beneficial Owner
This person owns or more of the shares/voting rights in this company either directly or indirectly via another company
Settlor
A Settlor is an individual that provides the Source of Wealth for the Trust. The party who creates a Trust by a written Trust Deed is called a Settlor (or Trustor/Donor/Grantor). The Settlor usually transfers the assets into the Trust; this can be at inception or during the life of the Trust. A Settlor can be a Beneficial Owner if they own or more of the company.
Beneficiary
A Beneficiary is any person who receives a distribution of assets or income from a Trust. Usually, Beneficiaries or the Class of Beneficiaries are documented in the Trust's Deed or equivalent. A Beneficiary can be a Beneficial Owner if they own or more of the company.
Intermediate Business Owner
This Entity owns or more of the shares/voting rights in this company either directly or indirectly via the ownership structure.
Business Owner - Trust
This Trust owns or more of the shares/voting rights in this company either directly or indirectly via the ownership structure.
Business Owner - NPO
Not for profit (NPO) is a type of organisation that does not earn profits for its owners. All the money earned by or donated to an NPO is used in pursuing the organisation's objectives. Usually NPOs are charities or other types of public service organisations. An NPO can be a Beneficial Owner if they own or more of the company.
Please enter value between 0 - 100.
What is their date of birth? is a date and must be in the past. The date format is DD/MM/YYYY