Earn up to 3.50% p.a. with Nemea's term deposit accounts for businesses.
Nemea Bank offers very attractive returns on term deposit accounts for businesses, reaching 2.00% per annum for short 12-month plans and up to 3.50% p.a. for longer time windows.
Select the ideal term for maturity depending on your business liquidity cycles and projections and ensure the best guaranteed return for your funds for optimal cash management practices.
Here’s why so many people are choosing Nemea Bank
Protect your business’ funds.
Nemea Bank is EU-regulated as a credit institution and investment services provider by the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA), Registration Number: C 45026.
As a member of the Maltese Depositor Compensation Scheme, deposits up to €100,000 per business client are protected by the Depositor Compensation Scheme, which is based on the EU Directive 94/19 on deposit-guarantee schemes, subject to meeting the criteria provided in the link below.
Depositor Compensation Scheme
An ideal medium term liquidity management solution.
Nemea Bank’s business term deposit accounts are an ideal solution for businesses looking to develop medium-term liquidity management options. Both startups with idle funds or larger corporates with excess liquidity can take advantage of the various term deposit options offered by Nemea Bank, developing a solution that ensures the best balance between access to capital and maximizing cash management.
Why Nemea Bank?
Nemea Bank is a modern pan-European bank. It is registered in Malta, an EU Member State with a very strong reputation in the financial services sector and its regulation. Nemea Bank provides its services to individuals based in the 31 countries of the EU/EEA area and supports its clients in 6 languages.
The documentation you need to start banking with Nemea.
- Copies of ID/Passport of all company signatories, qualifying shareholders and directors
- An electronic bill to prove residence of all signatories, qualifying shareholders and directors
- Company memorandum and articles
- Your business’ incorporation document
- Audited accounts
- Certificate of good standing
- Share register and share certificate
- Document outlining the business of the company
- An organizational chart which you develop on our online portal