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Account opening in Germany means securing your savings in a country with strict laws and stable economy. Foreigners are interested in advanced technology allowing to protect depositors' finances as well as in the clarity and security of the banking system.
Protey Consulting Group offers competent assistance in the preparation of documents, selection of the appropriate bank, preparing application and other procedures related to the account opening.
German credit and financial institutions are trusted all over the world. It is profitable for a non-resident to open an account in a German bank because:
The possibility to establish a EURO deposit in Germany is provided to non-residents who have correctly prepared the documents and successfully passed the interview.
The sequence of actions for those willing to open an account in a German bank is as follows:
At the same time, a personal meeting with a representative of the bank, the amount of the deposit, the minimum account balance and other peculiarities should be also discussed.
To open an account in Germany, individuals must in most cases prove their creditworthiness with the German credit organisation SCHUFA. The documents required to apply are quite standard – from notarized passport copies to completed bank forms. Registration cost starts from 550 Euro. Initial deposit is minimum 5 thousand EUR. Non-refundable balance – from 1 thousand EUR. Benking service – from 7 EUR per month. Types of deposits to choose from are personal, multi-currency, deposit, etc.
In addition to the standard set of company documents, when setting up a corporate bank account in Germany the information about the shareholders and directors of the company is also required.
The minimum initial deposit starts from 10 thousand EUR. The amount of the non-refundable balance – from 1 thousand EUR. The cost of banking service – 7-40 EUR per month (depends on the bank). Types of deposits to choose from are corporate, merchant, investment, etc.
A Russian citizen wishing to establish a deposit in Germany should contact a financial institution cooperating with non-residents (DKB, Comdirect, Fidor Bank AG, Deutsche Handelsbank, Varengold Bank AG, etc.). Each of them offers different terms of cooperation and interest rates. The amounts of initial deposits are also variable.
If you contact our company to open an offshore account with a German bank, you get:
Moreover, with our support, you can incorporate a company abroad.