HSBC vs Citibank (Citi)

Credit Cards | Home Loans | Savings AccountsLife Insurance | Travel Insurance

HSBC and Citibank (Citi) are both international banking and finance organisations. Banking with these two institutions can offer you a large range of financial services. So should you choose HSBC or Citibank?

Below we compare some of the services available from HSBC and Citibank: Credit Cards, Home Loans, Bank Accounts, Life Insurance, and Travel Insurance.

Services offered by HSBC and Citibank (Citi)

HSBC Citibank (Citi)
  • Credit cards
  • Home loans
  • Bank accounts (savings account, transaction account)
  • Personal loans
  • Life insurance
  • Travel insurance
  • Investment products
  • Home & contents insurance
  • Landlord insurance
  • Car insurance
  • Credit cards
  • Home loans
  • Bank accounts (savings account, transaction account)
  • Personal loans
  • Life insurance
  • Travel insurance

HSBC vs Citibank Credit Cards

HSBC and Citibank both offer a large range of credit cards including Low Rate Cards, Low Fee Cards, Rewards Cards, and Premium Cards. If you are considering a HSBC or Citibank credit card, you can compare what’s available in our comparison table below.

This table is based on a monthly spend of $1,000 and is sorted by the interest rate charged on purchases (lowest to highest).

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HSBC vs Citibank Home Loans

HSBC and Citibank both offer a large range of home loans, including fixed rate and variable rate loans. If you are considering a HSBC or Citibank home loan, you can compare what’s available in our comparison table below.

This table is based on a purchase price of $600,000 for a property located in NSW, for owner occupier borrowers looking for their next home, with a 25-year loan term. Please note that this table is formulated based on Principal & Interest repayments, and is sorted by comparison rate (lowest to highest).*

*Read the Comparison Rate Warning.

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HSBC vs Citibank Savings Accounts

HSBC and Citibank both offer a large range of savings accounts including regular savings accounts, flexible savings accounts, junior savings accounts, seniors’ savings accounts, and SMSF savings accounts.

If you are considering a HSBC or Citibank savings account, you can compare what’s available in our comparison table below. This table is based on Canstar’s ‘regular saver’ profile with $1,000 of current savings, located in NSW, and is sorted by total interest rate (lowest to highest).

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HSBC vs Citibank Life Insurance

HSBC and Citibank both offer life insurance options for many different ages and occupation groups. If you are considering HSBC or Citibank life insurance, you can compare what’s available in our comparison table below.

This table is based on a female aged 30-39 years old, who works in a professional occupation group, and is a non-smoker. The table is sorted by star rating (highest to lowest).

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HSBC vs Citibank Travel Insurance

HSBC and Citibank both offer travel insurance for Australians visiting many different destinations. If you are considering HSBC or Citibank travel insurance, you can compare what’s available in our comparison table below.

This table is based on insurance for a couple aged less than 70 years old, who are travelling to the USA on a 10-day trip. The table is sorted by star rating (highest to lowest).

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Written by: Regina Collins | Last updated: May 9, 2017