Church Street Branch To Reopen In September

August 5, 2020

HSBC Bermuda announced that, effective Tuesday 8th September, the HSBC Church Street branch will be open to the public every weekday from 9am through 4pm.

“We are very pleased to welcome back our customers and the public to the Church Street branch as we return to regular branch operating hours”, said Head of Wealth and Personal Banking, Tanya Bule.

“The Bank’s customers will receive a modified service offering comprising of account opening, safe custody, collections and teller services. From 8th September all lending services will be facilitated in the Harbourview branch.”

A spokesperson said, “HSBC Bermuda is committed to serving and protecting the health of our customers and offering the same protection for our employees and the wider community. With this in mind, all customers are required to wear facial coverings or masks when on the Bank’s premises, in line with government advice.

“HSBC customers are also reminded to use online banking channels as much as possible. They may manage much of their everyday banking needs through online banking or our mobile banking app without needing to leave home.

“Customers who are not yet enrolled with online banking, are asked to please visit or call our Contact Center on 299-5959. Pre-orders for cash withdrawls and statement prints can also be made by calling 299- 5959.

“Customers may follow us on Twitter and Facebook for ongoing HSBC updates. Customers who are experiencing financial difficulties are invited to contact their banking Relationship Manager, call 299 5959 for assistance or send an email to”

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  1. Just sayin says:

    I really cant understand how the banks are allowing people to line up on the pavement in all this heat and wearing masks..HSBC Front Street has ridiculous lines and I see seniors struggle to stand. Shame on them when you see all that wasted space in the Front Street branch..a huge lobby which could easily accommodate distancing. At least Butterfield has seating and shade for seniors. Its a total disregard for customers..the grocery store staff have been dealing with thousands of people every week..Im sure the banks can afford to put up perspex shields. Its fixable