News | Wednesday, 01 July 2009

Special 3-Year Term Deposit Account from Banif Bank

Banif Bank just launched a Special 3-tear term deposit account paying a minimum guaranteed interest rate of 3.475% gross per annum. This product’s concept is very innovative and advantageous, as apart from offering a superior return, depositors have the added benefit of being able to earn a better interest rate if the rates increase. In addition to this, the rate of 3.475% per annum will always be guaranteed if the rate falls.
Joaquim Silva Pinto, Chief Executive of Banif Bank commented, “The special 3-year term deposit shows Banif Bank’s ability to come up with innovative products but also confirms our commitment to give our clients safe and profitable options. We strongly believe this is the right way to approach the market and the feedback we are receiving confirms we are on the right track”.
Although the product is available at all Banif Branches, namely Attard, Gozo, Qormi, San Gwann, St Paul’s Bay and St Julian’s, the account can be opened from the Banif stand at the Malta Trade Fair. All those opening the account at the Malta Trade Fair will also be given a gift.
The special 3-year term deposit is a limited offer which is valid until the 6th July 2009 and requires a minimum opening deposit of €5,000.
Further information can be obtained from all Banif branches and from the Banif stand at the Malta Trade Fair. Visit or call on freephone 80073200.



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01 July 2009

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