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HSBCnet business mobile banking application now available in Malta

The Malta Independent Online

Friday, June 29, 2012 - 09:01

HSBC Malta has introduced HSBCnet Mobile, a banking application for mobile devices that offer comprehensive mobile banking tools and financial solutions to HSBC business clients in more than 60 countries.

HSBC Malta has introduced HSBCnet Mobile, a banking application for mobile devices that offer comprehensive mobile banking tools and financial solutions to HSBC business clients in more than 60 countries.

Available on iPhone, Android, and BlackBerry operating systems, HSBCnet Mobile provides Business Clients with the ability to view account balances and statements, authorise Priority Payments (including Cross border and Domestic) and Inter-Account Transfers, on their mobile phone 24X7. Functionality includes also the option of receiving notifications of payments via email or SMS.

HSBCnet Mobile is exclusive to HSBCnet business customers. HSBCnet is a comprehensive suite of flexible online financial solutions – all designed to help business customers increase productivity and manage their cash flow. It provides real-time global account access and setup features which can be customised, so customers can stay in control of their finances at every level of their organisation, by keeping track of their payments, receivables, liquidity and the changing value of their assets, with one secure, global solution.

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Tags: Mobile Banking, EMEA, Mobile Money Transfers, Mobile App, HSBC, Malta, SMS Notification

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