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Is it interesting for my company to open an account?

If you carry out over € 250,000 euro's a year in currency transactions, we can realise a substantial saving for you.

How do I save money

Banks charge high fees for converting currencies. These include the cost of maintaining an (foreign currency) account and the transaction costs for foreign payments. But most of the bank's profits are in the hidden costs that they incorporate into the exchange rate. We work with very competitive exchange rates (that you can see, of course). And that means you get more money for your money. And we only charge € 5,- for an international payment.

How do I open an account?

Open an account using this form.

Is an account free?

It's completely free to open and maintain an account.

What do I as a company need to open an account?
  1. A copy of your registration document with the Dutch Chamber of Commerce.
  2. Your company's shareholder register.
  3. Proof of residence of stakeholders (shareholders with a holding of >25%).
  4. Proof of identity of your company's stakeholders (shareholders with a holding of >25%).
Can I open an account as a private individual?

Yes, if you carry out over € 250,000 euro's a year in currency transactions, we can realise a substantial saving for you. Click here to go to the application form.

How long does it take to open an account?

We usually open an account within a day.

What do you charge?

We don't charge any extra costs for maintaining an account, for instance, and we only charge € 5,- for transfers. Our profits come purely from a premium on the exchange rate. And we make that as competitive as possible for you.