HSBC vs ING Direct
HSBC and ING Direct are both global banking and insurance institutions, and banking with either of these two institutions can offer you a large range of financial services. So should you choose HSBC or ING Direct?
Below we compare some of the services available from HSBC and ING Direct: Home Loans, Home & Contents Insurance, and Savings Accounts.
Services offered by HSBC & ING Direct
HSBC vs ING Direct Home Loans
HSBC and ING Direct both offer a large range of home loans, including fixed rate and variable rate loans. If you are considering an HSBC or ING Direct 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 variable 25-year loan term. Please note that this table is formulated based on Principal & Interest repayments, and is sorted by star rating (highest to lowest, A-Z).
HSBC and ING Direct both offer a range of home insurance options, with cover for Building Only, Contents Only, or packaged Home & Contents insurance. If you are considering HSBC or ING Direct home insurance, you can compare what’s available in our comparison table below.
This table is based on home and contents insurance for under $550,000 of cover for building and contents, for people located in NSW or ACT and aged less than 50 years old. The table is sorted by star rating (highest to lowest).
HSBC vs ING Direct Savings Accounts
HSBC offers a large range of savings accounts, while ING Direct offers just one type of savings account.
If you are considering a HSBC or ING Direct savings account, you can compare what’s available in our comparison table below. This table is based on Canstar’s ‘regular saver’ profile, for a saver who has $1,000 of current savings and is located in NSW. The table is sorted by total interest rate (lowest to highest).