Revolut Launches New Forint Accounts - Details Revealed

  • 21 Feb 2024 6:49 AM
  • Hungary Around the Clock
Revolut Launches New Forint Accounts - Details Revealed
Fintech company Revolut is offering forint savings accounts for Hungarian users, with gross annual interest rates ranging from 1.25% to 4.75%.

The highest interest rate is available for clients with an Ultra Package, while those in the Standard and Plus categories can expect 1.25%.

Interest is credited daily, and the amount on the account is protected by the Lithuanian deposit insurance system.

To take advantage of the new features, customers need to use the latest version of a Revolut app and open the instant savings account in forints, Portfolio adds.

Lithuania-based Revolut Bank UAB is a unit of Great Britain’s Revolut Group.

The subsidiary provides credit, payment, current account, and demand deposit account services.

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