23 current accounts offers from 12 banks operating in Germany are currently available. The interest rates (per annum) are within the range 0.00 - 0.01 %, the overdraft rates (per annum) - 2.66 - 12.43 %, the annual costs - 0.00 - 130.80 EUR.
Degussa Bank offers a wide range of retail and corporate banking products and services to individuals and legal entities. Degussa Bank also offers insurance products and online brokerage.
No annual fees
Free debit card available
Free credit card available
Account be can accessed via online banking, mobile banking, phone, branch
Available to German residents
6 savings accounts offers from 6 banks operating in Germany are currently available. The savings accounts terms vary from 1 month to 1 years (12 months). The interest rates are within the range 0.01 - 1.00 %.
TARGOBANK is a subsidiary Crédit Mutuel, a French cooperative bank. TARGOBANK provides retail banking products and services. The bank's is focused on reliable advice and simple, attractive products. TARGOBANK distributes its products via different channels - branches, phone, Internet.
17 time deposit accounts offers from 15 banks operating in Germany are currently available. The time deposit accounts terms vary from 1 month to 10 years (120 months). The interest rates are within the range 0.01 - 1.30 %.
flatex alpha GmbH operated a securities and derivatives trading and settlement platform and provides related services. In November 2019, flatex alpha GmbH was acquired by an investment company Obotritia Capital and was renamed to Bankhaus Obotritia. Bankhaus Obotritia is going to focus on a classic deposit-taking and secured-lending business.
32 credit cards offers from 11 banks operating in Germany are currently available. The annual costs of the credit cards are within the range of 0.00 - 118.80 EUR.
Deutsche Kreditbank AG (DKB) was founded in 1990 in Berlin. DKB is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bayerische Landesbank. DKB provides banking products and services to retail, corporate and public sector clients. Retail banking products are offered via direct banking channels.
13 consumer loans offers from 12 banks operating in Germany are currently available. The consumer loans terms vary from 6 month to 10 years (120 months). The effective borrowing rates are within the range 1.49 - 11.69 %.
YOUNITED (Younited Credit) is a French credit institution, specialized in providing a broad range of consumer finance solutions. YOUNITED offers consumer loans, car loans, and credit cards. YOUNITED was founded in 2009 and was previously known as PRET d'UNION.
3 mortgage loans offers from 3 banks operating in Germany are currently available. The mortgage loans terms vary from 5 to 25 years. The borrowing rates are within the range 0.63 - 1.48 %.
ING-DiBa AG is a direct bank of ING Group (Netherlands) offering retail banking products and services. Being a direct bank, ING-DiBa AG doesn't have an expensive branch network, the resulting cost savings are passed on to the bank's customers which allows to offer fair conditions in all product areas. The savings and loan products of ING-DiBa AG are not complicated and can be opened and administered independently via the Internet, telephone or by postal letters.
13 car loans offers from 12 banks operating in Germany are currently available. The car loans terms vary from 6 month to 10 years (120 months). The effective borrowing rates are within the range 1.58 - 7.98 %.
The German branch of Bank of Scotland was founded in July 2008. The Bank of Scotland (German branch) specializes in retail banking and offers its customers savings accounts, consumer and car loans. The Bank of Scotland, one of the oldest banks in Europe, is a global commercial bank headquartered in Edinburgh (Scotland) and is a member of the Lloyds Banking Group.
11 trading accounts offers from 9 banks operating in Germany are currently available. The trading accounts annual costs vary from 0.00 to 20.00 EUR, costs per order are within the range 0.00 - 54.95 EUR. *)
BNP Paribas is a French banking and financial services institution. BNP Paribas is one of the largest banks in Europe and in the world. BNP Paribas Group has been active in Germany since 1947 and serves private customers, companies and institutions via its twelve entities. Direct retail banking and securities trading are offered via Consorsbank, a brand name of BNP Paribas.
Major world stock exchanges
Most popular trade instruments
Available to German residents
No annual costs