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Life insurance lets you leave a lump sum behind should you pass away within the policy term.

Money never replaces a family member, but it can help knowing that it won't be a worry.

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Who are HSBC?

Find out about the life insurance cover offered by HSBC

HSBC is one of the world’s largest banking and financial services organisations, serving close to 36 million people worldwide. HSBC has over 600 branches in the UK and has long understood the importance of protection.

In 2017, its insurance arm in the UK paid out 99.9% of life claims. A dedicated personal claims adviser will look after the claim as sensitively as possible from start to finish, and the service is designed to be quick and easy so your family can concentrate on more important things.

Contact HSBC

HSBC can be reached by calling 0345 745 6125 or visiting

What types of cover does HSBC offer?

HSBC offers level-term life insurance and decreasing-term life insurance.

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Information about HSBC

HSBC offers a number of benefits for policyholders, including:

A bereavement support service

A guaranteed insurability option

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Critical Illness Cover

Critical illness cover is a type of insurance that pays out a tax-free lump sum if you're diagnosed with, or undergo surgery for, a critical illness specified in the terms of the policy. Tell me more...

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Mortgage Protection

As you pay off your mortgage over time, the amount of life cover you would get if the worst were to happen goes down – just as the outstanding balance of your mortgage does. Tell me more...

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Over 50s Life Cover

Taken out between the ages of 50 and 80, paid out as a lump sum and can be used for financial commitments when you pass away, such as funeral costs, outstanding bills. Tell me more...

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How much life insurance do I need?

The amount of life insurance you take out should ideally be enough to cover your mortgage repayments and the needs of your family if you were no longer around. The average cover amount is £140,000.

Do you need life insurance to take out a mortgage?

Life insurance isn’t a legal requirement, but most mortgage lenders will ask you to take out appropriate cover. You don’t need to take out life cover from your lender – you can buy it elsewhere.

What will life insurance cost?

The cost of life insurance can be as little as £5 per month, but your premiums will depend on your individual needs and circumstances, your age, if you smoke could affect the overall cost.

Do I need life insurance?

Life insurance is for your peace-of-mind, so you know your family will be financially protected in the event that you're no longer around. Life insurance is a form of security to provide for dependants such as children or spouses.

What is term insurance?

Term insurance is the most common type of life insurance and pays out only if you die within the term. For example, you might take out a 25-year policy so your family could claim if you were to die within 25 years.

When should I buy it?

Whatever your age, as an adult it’s always a good time to start thinking about life insurance. In particular, people with loans, mortgages and financial dependants should consider getting a life insurance policy.