Current Account in Germany

Current accounts in Germany or Girokonto are the most common form of bank accounts in this country, as it through them that people normally receive wages, pay rent and make other basic financial transactions. Opening a current account in this country is a short and easy process, where an expat only needs to present a national identification document and proof of a German address.

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Day-to-day cash management in different currencies around the world.
As an expatriate you benefit from our preferential fee structure “Expat Investors”:

  • No transfer fees for bank transactions
  • Reimbursement of transfer fees charged by your bank
  • Reduced foreign exchange fees
  • 50 % discount on the annual account management fees
  • 50% discount on the annual fees for an international bank card (Visa, Mastercard)

Minimum requirement
EUR 50,000
Payment methods
International debit and credit card, deferred debit cards available
Multi currency account
26 currencies: euro, US dollar, pound sterling, Swiss franc, Singapore dollar, Hong Kong dollar, etc.
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