Savings Account

The Savings Account provides the simplest and easiest form of savings.

Open a BNF Savings Account to deposit and withdraw funds as often as required. A minimum deposit is required to open a Savings Account. 

The BNF Savings Account is also available in the major foreign currencies, which is ideal for those who receive regular income from abroad.

Benefits 

The BNF Savings Account gives you facility to:

  • deposit and withdraw money from your account through ATMs or by visiting a BNF Bank branch; 
  • send payments and transfers through free BNF Internet Banking; and 
  • access funds through a VISA Debit Card in EPOS terminals and ATMs bearing the VISA sign. 

Eligibility Criteria 

To open a BNF Savings Account you: 

  • must be at least 16 years of age; and 
  • affect an initial minimum deposit of €150 in the account. 

Come talk to us 

Visit one of our branches to open a Savings Account and bring with you: 

  • a valid identification document; 
  • a document to verify your permanent residential address which can either be the identification document, a recent utility bill related to a fixed service, or a recent correspondence from central or local government authority; and
  • documentation confirming your income and/or employment details;
  • details of Tax residency; and 
  • Tax Identification Number. 

Every application is subject to the Bank's onboarding criteria, and the Bank may request additional documents as necessary. 

Getting Started

Step 1 - Check whether you are eligible to open a Savings Account
Step 2 - Collate the above-mentioned documentation
Step 3 - Visit your preferred branch to open a Savings Account or call Customer Care on    +356 2260 1000 for further information. 

Terms and Conditions apply. 

 

Depositor Compensation Scheme

Fee Information Documents

Interest Rates

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