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Started by NicNZ7 Dec Posted 20 Nov Could anyone tell me which bank offer the best investment? I have been using Deutsche Bank all this while just to keep my visa.

csotland But heck, they taxed the already small interest and seriously, I don’t want to keep my entire money in a single account just for my Visa. Yes, I seriously need a new bank account. The limit forced by sperrkonto kinda cripple payments over Euro. No-one can tell you what the “best investment” would be without having a feel for how much you want to invest and how long you are prepared to lock it away for.

There are plenty of online calculators bajk assist you – example. Thank you for the link. I’ll only use the new account to keep the extra money that is not required to renew my student visa.

Posted 21 Nov Posted freistellungsaiftrag Jan From previous posts and looking at the latest rates, BoS is the one to go for but the good people at BoS don’t answer my mails when I ask how to go about setting up an account their online procedure of course frejstellungsauftrag not work for me cos I am not resident in Germany so it blocks me at that point.


Just for total clarification. UK banks which offer interest on Euro accounts are in fact offshore versions – and the UK guarantee in the event of failure does not apply to offshore banks.

That’s another reason for me to want to find a German account.

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Well, as far as I know, DKB is one of the few banks that deal with non-residents. You can write them a message via their contact form. Please see here for their profile. Interest is miserable though – around 0. I can assure you – I’m freisteplungsauftrag 0. Yorkshirelad – ok you must have a special relationship with your relationship manager. My relationship manager at Lloyds doesn’t want much of a relationship with me. A pity though, she has nice assets.


Posted 17 Jan This is a very informative thread! Thanks for all the time people have put into it and more information is definitely welcome! I’ll admit I am clueless when it comes to banking or managing money, so I am just trying to figure out what makes the most sense for me to put a little money away with every paycheck, and hopefully see some return on it later.

I have been exploring my options for a savings account in Berlin, and would of course prefer a bank where I can manage my money in English and online Here is what I’ve come up with so far, but haven’t gone in person yet to verify these rates. I also wonder if it would freiwtellungsauftrag more sense to go across the border to Switzerland if the CHF is more stable than the Euro, but since I’m freistellungeauftrag talking about a huge investment here, maybe it doesn’t really matter?


Here is what I’ve found so far for Banks in Berlin, if anyone has anything to add or fix, feel free! You can move money in an out as you please, but if you go bbank 5k interest drops to. Fixed Rate Savings – 2. Posted 31 Aug Just too inflexible for only 0. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Sign up for a new account in our community. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Thanks for any advice.

They have some Festgeld offers: Commerzbank seems to be the lowest possible rates: Targo Bank Tagesgeld – 2. I have been thinking to open Festgeld account lately and doing some Internet research.


It seems like Bank of Scotland offers a good deal, like Pamanda says above. I can’t really believe this sharp drop. Is this usual in this saving account world? Or is it because of this European economy crisis being unsolved?

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