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