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HSBC Malaysia launches EZInvest mobile app

The application lets customers access their investment portfolio 24/7

HSBC Malaysia has recently launched a mobile app called EZIInvest, a new unit trust investment platform. It lets the customers access their investment portfolio anytime they want.

The firm’s recent announcement in the media stated that on EZInvest, customers could log on to the HSBC mobile application and start the transactions in a selected list of unit trusts. For the customers of HSBC Amanah, investments range in shariah-compliant funds available on the application.

The application is HSBC Malaysia’s first digital initiative that offers a simple, flexible and affordable unit trust investment solution exclusively through their application. Customers of HSBC Malaysia with an HSBC or HSBC Amanah unit trust investment account are eligible to access EZInvest. New customers who are planning to invest can also open an investment account in less than 24 hours by approaching the nearest branch or calling their designated number to open an account.

The mobile application lets customers explore a selection of unit trust funds spread across different asset classes for fine diversification. Customers gain access to global security as a priority, and the choice of funds will have different levels of risks that are well diversified across the Asian and global regions. The application is said to have multi-layer security verification to log on. The financial information of every customer is protected by a combination of biometric verification, unique username and password, and one-time security code generated by Mobile Secure Key.

The bank is committed to make wealth management a seamless and more convenient experience for its customers. The mobile application is a part of its effort and investment in digital wealth.

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