ABN AMRO Bank N.V. provides banking assistance specifically addressed for expats in the Netherlands and abroad.
Their International Clients Department is specialised in tailor made banking products regarding, mortgages, investments, future income, private bank accounts, savings, loans and insurance products, and it is located in major cities of the Netherlands.
May you wish to open a bank account with or without having acquired a BSN (Dutch Social Security Number), they kindly request you to fill in the application form and enclose a copy of your passport. Furthermore, they require the official passport details during the appointment to open a bank account.
You will receive a personal package, which includes a private bank and savings account, debit card (credit card optional) and access to the English internet banking website and App.
The personal package costs €3,10 per month (2014).
For more information please visit: https://www.abnamro.nl/en
For International Students
This bank offers a student package
- Bank account, debit card and access to Mobile Banking
- A free savings account of your own choice
- Additional services tailored to your needs as a student
Why JoHo Insurances?
JoHo Insurances is one of the few organisations in the Netherlands where you can directly purchase a comprehensive range of foreign insurances from a variety of insurers. As with our other products and services, we believe that you should be able to choose between the best, the most cost effective and the most specialised insurance.
JoHo offers various possibilities from combining insurances to assisting in transferring from one insurer to another.
When you purchase an insurance policy through JoHo, you with not pay anymore than if you had purchased it directly from the insurer. Sometimes (through special collective agreements) you will pay even less.
JoHo offers support with problems that may arise with the insurer. Sometimes disagreement with claims, cancellation notice or insurance premiums can occur. In this situation it helps if you have the assistance of an organisation who has an established relationship with the insurer.