Banco BNI Europa has entered into a cooperation to enable its customers to access European savings products provided by Raisin.
Through Banco BNI Europa´s website, Portuguese savers will gain access to the provider of savings and investment products and its partner banks across Europe.
Pedro Pinto Coelho, executive chairman at Banco BNI Europa (pictured above), said that Portuguese savers could diversify their savings by opening and managing term deposits throughout Europe with a chance to gain higher interest.
“Without the Raisin platform, willing savers not only have to research the country, the bank and the product by themselves, but also comply with varying account-opening procedures in foreign countries.
“This cooperation is a step further on our challenger bank strategy of delivering innovative, quick and easy-to-use products to our clients.”
The integration of the service into Banco BNI Europa follows a number of other partnerships across Europe, which has seen it team up with BinckBank from the Netherlands and N26.
Dr Tamaz Georgadze, CEO and co-founder at Raisin, added: “We are delighted to further deepen our cooperation with Banco BNI Europa and the new possibilities it opens up for savers in Portugal, allowing them a broader choice of where to deposit their money.”
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