|Country (Currency)||Deposit Rate||Deposit Rating|
|Czech Republic (CZK)||1.36%||Aa2|
|United Kingdom (GBP)||1.11%||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|
Despite carrying substantial risks and lacking innovative banking products especially in private and investment banking, Montenegro is becoming an increasingly popular offshore banking destination. Montenegrin banks offer a variety of services for non-residents in retail and corporate banking, know-your-customer procedures are simple and straightforward, and Montenegro doesn't participate in Automatic Information Exchange.
In 2017, 100 top banks in Germany comprised together 91,0 %of the country's banking assets. Most of these banks have domestic capital,while only 12 banks are foreign-controlled, around half of the banks areuniversal commercial banks, while the rest are most specialized creditinstitutions.
Located in Northern Europe, Estonia is a developed country with high-income economy. Estonian banking sector is relatively small, highly concentrated, with high share of foreign capital; large banks in Estonia operate as universal banks, covering a wide range of market segments, while smaller banks concentrate on a specific range of services.