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Like at home.. Banking in Serbia is regulated by the central bank - the National Bank of Serbia. Out the total of 29 commercial banks, providing a wide array of banking services, 21 are in majority foreign ownership. Banks in Serbia are independent in their pursuit of profit-oriented business activities based on the principles of solvency, profitability and liquidity. Every-day payment transactions are,...
There is no shortage of banks to choose from in Belgium. You are therefore sure to find a bank that will suit you -it might even be a branch of your current bank in your home country. To open a current account (compte à vue/zichtrekening), you need either an ID-card (if you are an EU citizen) or a passport as proof of identity and also proof of your address in Belgium (Belgian residence permit or Annexe 15 document issued by the town hall) or...
If you have an Icelandic employer or if you stay in Iceland, you will definitely need a bank account for your day-to-day transactions, especially if your stay exceeds six months. Access to an Icelandic bank account will enable you to receive salary payments and handle your finances. For convenience most employees choose to have their paychecks directly deposited. Be a wise consumer and shop around. Some banks offer better interest rates than...
Opening a bank account There are numerous banks and building societies in Ireland that will provide personal banking services to individuals. To open a bank account, the bank must be able to verify your address and will request proof of address. This proof might include household bills, a letter from your employer or other documents that include your address. You are also obliged to prove your identity; furnishing a passport or driver’s licence...
On the following pages you will find information which is especially useful for incoming researchers. Please note that we cannot cover all the issues of everyday life in this context. For additional information please refer to the links below. Banks and 'Sparkassen' If you are staying in Germany for an extended period, are receiving a regular salary or fellowship and have to...
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