The offer for saving abroad is growing. Via a new marketplace for saving you can easily open 1 or more European savings accounts.
Saving abroad is easy
With the low interest rate in the Netherlands it is interesting to also look across the border for a higher return on your savings. This is very simple nowadays. You can easily save with a foreign bank via a marketplace for European savings accounts. Fully online and in Dutch.
New foreign banks in the savings overview
With the connection of Raisin, we have again added a number of foreign banks to our savings overview. Now open 1 or more savings accounts in Austria, the Czech Republic and Latvia. This goes as follows:
- Open an account with Raisin: fill in the registration form, upload your ID-proof and perform a reference transaction.
- Log in: as soon as your details have been verified you will receive the login details for your personal Online Banking environment.
- Start saving: open 1 or more savings accounts and transfer the desired savings amount.
For example, secure a savings amount of 20,000 euros for 1 year at Goodbank at an interest rate of 1.10%. Extra: you get a welcome bonus that can be as much as $ 100.
We have previously added a similar Savedo initiative. Via a new marketplace for saving you can easily open 1 or more European savings accounts.
Is your savings safe?
Saving in Europe means you are protected in the case of bank failures in accordance with EU directives. Your savings are covered up to € 100,000 per customer and per bank. The legal deposit guarantee system aims, among other things, to ensure that saving is just as safe in every EU country. And therefore a wider choice. Via a new marketplace for saving you can easily open 1 or more European savings accounts.