Opening a bank account in EU
Thread poster: Levan

Levan
Local time: 03:25
English
Aug 9, 2006

anybody knows the procedures? what kind of documentation they need? especially if I wont to open account via einternet...

I apriciate any links to useful information.

thanx


 

Heinrich Pesch  Identity Verified
Finland
Local time: 02:25
Member (2003)
Finnish to German
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Ask the bank in question Aug 9, 2006

I doubt if you can open an account via internet. For a business account you may need to visit the bank office and sign lots of papers. Procedures differ from country to country.
Regards
Heinrich


 

Woodstock  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 01:25
Member (2005)
German to English
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Yes, bank laws have become much stricter in the last few years Aug 10, 2006

(in US because of 9/11) and elsewhere probably for other reasons, like money-laundering, so check with your local bank first, and get the information you need, and/or look into an international bank near you that would have branches in the EU if it's even possible.

Why wouldn't you use your local bank account with PayPal and / or Moneylenders? That appears to be the simplest solution, but other colleagues may have more experience in these matters and can give more complete advice.


 


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