Currency operations of commercial banks and their role in economic development
In the conditions of transition of the economy to market relations and the development of the banking system, the development and improvement of currency operations of commercial banks is of…

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Questions about offshore banking and offshore banking
Offshore banks and offshore banking raise many questions: what is offshore banking and how are offshore banks different from normal? What are the advantages of an offshore bank and what…

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How to open a bank account in England to a non-resident?

Over the past few years, the opening of a foreign account in the Bank of England to a non-resident has grown into an impossible mission, despite the fact that the flow of volunteers does not decrease. The reason for the complication of opening a bank account in England is not just the deterioration of the macroeconomic situation between the UK and the countries of Eastern Europe, but also the real desire of the United Kingdom to get rid of customers in the high-risk segment. Continue reading

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The bank chose an evolutionary path of development and this model suits me as a consumer. New products appear, services become more convenient. A few years ago I became the owner of a privileged package of services, with pleasure I use some of its components. Points are accumulated on the bonus account, sometimes I buy something from the assortment of the loyalty program showcase.
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How can a non-resident open an account in Europe without visiting a bank?
Today, a foreign bank account in a country with a reliable and well-organized banking system is an indispensable tool for both private and corporate individuals. Problems in the banking sector…

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