Finann Group AXA spread its family on the bank. For now, the bag offers only spoic et. In the Czech Republic, the group operates a insurance company, a pension fund and an investment company.
“We are focusing on banking retail. We offer in the Czech Republic spoic et. These are the orders of the individual, and therefore we do not even focus on the segment of small and medium-sized enterprises, ”said Herv Hatt, CEO of AXA Bank Europe.
In some countries, AXA Bank also offers personal loans and mortgages. In the Czech Republic, the offer is fully available for 2011 at the latest.
Zzen and conducted spoicho here at AXA Bank will be free. years rate is currently 2.5 percent ron. You can also get a loyalty bonus. The bonus is 0.5 percent ron, provided that at the end of the year there will be an average balance on the savings of 40 thousand crowns.
You can arrange a free bond insurance and debit card for the savings here.
Vbr with ATM for 29 crowns
AXA Bank does not own an ATM. You can therefore make the selection at any ATM that accepts VISA cards. The fee for the collection is 29 crowns in the Czech Republic, one percent of the selected amount abroad, at least 59 crowns.
Open and manage your spoic et mete via internet banking. Two msn payments are free of charge via internet banking and cost 19 crowns. No payments in telephone banking are charged 19 crowns.
In the Czech Republic, AXA Bank will act as a branch of AXA Bank Europe on the basis of a banking license, which is registered in Belgium and which, according to the legislation of the European Union, can be used with an authorized regulator in all EU countries. This permission from the Czech national bank AXA received last May. The new bank is Petr Skok (42), who previously worked at Komern banka.
The bank, which so far operates in five countries – Switzerland, Belgium, France, Germany and Hungary – primarily as an Internet bank, and also competes in the domestic market, mainly with mBank and ING Bank, which offers the ING Konto savings bank.
He gave an internet bank
According to information from the press, Raiffeisen, Austria, also wants to launch an internet bank in the Czech Republic this year. “We will probably start the project in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Both countries are at the forefront of our business interests. In Slovakia, we started negotiations with the central bank for permission to operate there in this way, ”said Michael Palzer, two speakers at Raiffeisen International.