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Inactive accounts

The law relating to unclaimed bank accounts and life insurance policies (known as the Eckert Law no. 2014-617) requires financial institutions, including HSBC Epargne Entreprise, to annually identify inactive accounts, to inform their holders or beneficiaries about them, and to alert them to the consequences of this inactivity.
If there are no transactions or declarations from a saver for a total of 10 years (or if the account holder has been dead for more than three years), the inactive account must be liquidated by HSBC and transferred to La Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations (CDC).

As of 31 December 2023, the number of inactive accounts in HSBC Epargne Entreprise's books is 215, containing a total of €909,3711. In 2023, 1,517 accounts were transferred to the CDC, containing a total of €3,287 5981.

1 Données au 31 décembre 2023. Source : HSBC Epargne Entreprise