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BNP Paribas Fortis is taking on government bonds with a new savings certificate

BNP Paribas Fortis is taking on government bonds with a new savings certificate

Shortly after prematurely ending the subscription period for its previous savings certificate, BNP Paribas Fortis launched a new one-year savings certificate. Thus the main bank enters into competition with government bonds.

In the news: BNP Paribas Fortis once again launches a one-year savings certificate.

  • The apex bank had also launched a one-year savings certificate last week. The subscription period usually lasts until the end of this month, but it was stopped early.
  • It is now possible again to invest part of your capital in a BNP Paribas Fortis savings certificate. The total coupon this time is 3.3 percent overall. This means that the yield is 30 basis points higher than the previous version. After paying the withholding tax (30%), a net amount of 2.31% remains.
  • You can register until June 3. The main bank can end the subscription period early, just like last time.

Competition with government bonds

details: The term of the savings certificate begins on June 4. This is also the day the term of new government bonds begins. This time you can entrust your money to the state for one or eight years.

Do not forget: You can also subscribe to government bonds via BNP Paribas Fortis.

  • This deadline ends on June 3. Those who register directly with the Treasury have until May 31.

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