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Your name, address and debit account number. Payment currency and amount. Beneficiary name.
Our Bank name: The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited. The address of our Hong Kong Office: 1 Queen's Road Central, Hong Kong. SWIFT code: HSBCHKHHHKH.
This varies by bank. Some banks use the same SWIFT code for all their branches while other banks designate a unique SWIFT code for each branch. If you are unsure of which code to use, you can typically use the bank's head office SWIFT code to send money.
As is apparent, there is no real difference between wire transfer vs telegraphic transfers. As the banking industry evolved, the word telegraphic started having an archaic reference, which is why today we refer to international fund transfers as wire transfers.
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Telegraphic transfers work as follows: The sender (\u201cthe remitter\u201d) instructs his or her bank to send funds overseas to someone (\u201cthe beneficiary\u201d). This can be done at a branch or by internet banking. The remitting bank sends the funds to a bank it deals with in the destination country (\u201cthe correspondent bank\u201d).
Telegraphic transfers work as follows: The sender (\u201cthe remitter\u201d) instructs his or her bank to send funds overseas to someone (\u201cthe beneficiary\u201d). This can be done at a branch or by internet banking. The remitting bank sends the funds to a bank it deals with in the destination country (\u201cthe correspondent bank\u201d).
TT is a mode of transfer of funds electronically, widely used until the 1990s. Telegraphic transfers are also known as telex transfers, abbreviated TT. TT is the fastest mode of funds transfer in earlier days. TT takes 2-4 days to transfer the money depending on the origin and destination of the transfer.
Officially, a telegraphic transfer, or TT, was a means to move money between accounts using a cable, radio, or get this, a transoceanic telephone. The term originates from when people used to move money using telex: sending printed messages by cable. No one does that anymore.
The Bank Code of HSBC is 004.

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