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HSBC North America Holdings Inc. is required to make quantitative and qualitative disclosures related to its liquidity coverage ratio calculations and liquidity management practices on a quarterly basis, beginning with the quarter ended June 30, 2018.
Learn more about FATCA and whether it affects you.
As a result of the enactment of the USA Patriot Act (Public Law No. 107-56 October 26, 2001), the U.S. Department of the Treasury has issued regulations requiring U.S. financial institutions to obtain certain information relating to foreign banks that maintain relationships at U.S. financial institutions using a certification form. This certification is needed to comply with provisions of the USA Patriot Act.
The following are the required forms for certification:
We request that you complete the form electronically as follows before printing, signing and returning. Please note that incomplete forms are not acceptable.
Please note that a foreign bank may complete one certification for its branches and offices outside the U.S. However, the certification must list all of the branches and offices that are covered by the certification and must include the information required in Part C for each branch or office that maintains a relationship with HSBC Securities (USA) Inc. Although a single certification may be submitted covering the foreign bank's branches, a separate certification must be filed for each bank affiliate or subsidiary of the foreign bank.
Under the applicable provisions of the USA Patriot Act and HSBC Securities (USA) Inc. are required to obtain this information from you in order to assure that we can continue to maintain your relationship with us.
This certification must be signed by an officer who is authorized to make such a certification under the laws and rules applicable to your Bank. If under the laws or rules applicable to your Bank the signature of more than one officer is necessary to make such a certification, please have the appropriate number of officers sign the certification.
Please send the completed certification form by facsimile transmission to 001 212 642-1542.
If you have any questions concerning the certification or the requirements of the USA Patriot Act, please contact us at:
You may also wish to access the website of the Institute of International Bankers for additional information relating to this certification and the requirements of the USA Patriot Act.
We very much appreciate your prompt attention to this matter.
As a regulated financial holding company, HSBC North America Holdings Inc ("HNAH") has an important role to play in furthering international efforts against money laundering and terrorist financing and promoting sanctions enforcement and a responsibility to manage money laundering risk enterprise-wide. As such, HNAH has developed an Anti-Money Laundering Compliance Program to comply with applicable laws and regulations. Please click the following link to view and/or print a signed letter from HNAH's U.S. Head of Financial Crime Compliance.
HNAH has also prepared an Anti-Money Laundering Questionnaire, based on Wolfsberg's Anti-Money Laundering Questionnaire that sets forth additional details about HNAH's Anti-Money Laundering Compliance Program. Please click below to view/print the signed Questionnaire from HNAH's U.S. Head of Financial Crime Compliance.
Federal regulation requires financial institutions including HSBC to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies each individual who opens an account, and about the beneficial owners of businesses and other legal entities with an account. By gathering this information, HSBC is helping law enforcement investigate and prosecute crimes such as terrorist financing, money laundering, tax evasion, corruption and fraud.
HSBC provides details on the kinds of information our individual customers may be asked to provide.
The form that must be completed by the person opening an HSBC account on behalf of a legal entity is available at these links:
HSBC takes our responsibility to protect your information very seriously.