Resurs Bank launches deposit offering in Germany
Resurs Bank is launching deposits for private individuals in Germany. By supplementing SEK deposits in Sweden and NOK deposits in Norway with deposits in EUR, Resurs Bank will take another step towards stronger and more diversified financing.
The Group’s strategy is to actively work with various sources of financing in order to use the most suitable source of financing at any given time and to create diversified financing in the long term.
Savings accounts in Germany will be offered in partnership with Raisin. Raisin is the largest deposit platform in the European market and since it was founded in 2013 has enabled more than 150,000 customers to invest more than EUR 8 billion at competitive interest rates. Read more about Raisin at: www.raisin.com.
Resurs was founded in 1977 and is one of the fastest-growing niche banks in the Nordic region. During the 1980s, we pioneered the successful “interest free” retail finance concept, and today we are one of the leading Nordic retail finance banks, with about 5.8 million private customers across the Nordic region. From our core business in retail finance, we have expanded our product offering to also include savings accounts, insurance policies, consumer loans and credit cards. Resurs Bank is owned by Parent Company Resurs Holding and is part of the Resurs Holding Group. In 2015, Resurs Bank acquired the subsidiary yA Bank.