|Country (Currency)||Deposit Rate||Max. Protected Amount||Deposit Rating|
|Poland (PLN)||1.74%||100,000 EUR||Aa3|
|Romania (RON)||1.54%||100,000 EUR||A3|
|Czech Republic (CZK)||1.36%||100,000 EUR||Aa2|
|Netherlands (EUR)||1.22%||100,000 EUR||Aaa|
|Slovakia (EUR)||1.18%||100,000 EUR||Aaa|
|United Kingdom (GBP)||1.11%||85,000 GBP||Aaa|
|France (EUR)||1.10%||100,000 EUR||Aaa|
|2||Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau||Germany||AAA||Aaa||AAA/Aaa|
|4||Landeskreditbank Baden-Württemberg - Förderbank -||Germany||AAA||Aaa||AAA/Aaa|
|5||LfA Förderbank Bayern||Germany||-||Aaa||-/Aaa|
|7||BNG Bank NV||Netherlands||-||Aaa||-/Aaa|
The United Kingdom is a important financial center attracting investors from all over the world bringing the diversity into British banking industry both in terms of provided products, services and solutions and in terms of originating countries. Along with investment and private banking, retail banking is an important component of British banking landscape.
With high standard of living in the Netherlands making it an favorable investment and private banking destination for both domestic and foreign banking groups, retail banking remains an essential part of the Dutch banking sector. About half of the retail banks offer their products via the Internet, while there are also several pure direct banks.
While Belgium's strategic location and high standard of living makes it an attractive investment and private banking destination for both domestic and foreign banking groups, retail banking in Belgium remains an important component of its banking sector. Retail banks are dominated by domestic banks and the banks originated from the neighboring countries.