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e-Savings account

As an online-only account, our e-Savings account is managed via the mobile app. You can also withdraw cash simply by using our debit card at BCV ATMs thanks to the multi-account function.

Highlights

  • Lets you keep your savings in an account you can access online and at ATMs
  • You can manage your account anytime, anywhere

Details

  • This online-only account must be linked to a BCV current account. You can put aside as much money as you want in your e-Savings account and withdraw cash from either account with your Maestro card.
  • One of the best interest rates currently on the market for savings accounts.
  • An excellent way to get a better return on money that you want to have handy.

Fees and conditions

 

Fees and conditions

Age

20 years and older

Withdrawal terms

  • 12 withdrawals/year included, CHF 6 per additional withdrawal
  • CHF 10,000/month limit
  • 3 months’ notice required for larger amounts
  • If the required notice is not given, the amount exceeding the withdrawal limit will incur an interest penalty

Annual fee

None

Interest rate

Account rates and conditions

Other conditions

Available only as part of a Direct banking pack

 

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