Can I transfer a fund I have taken out with another entity?
In this case we would be talking about a change of promoter. You can transfer the fund as long as Bankinter also markets that fund, which is very likely.
If this is the situation you are in, you will have to go to your Bankinter branch because, as we said before, we would not be talking about a transfer but a change of promoter.
What information do I need to make a transfer?
The fees are very minimal and you probably have the money to hand. For international funds, you must have the account code and the Tax ID Number of the promoter. For national funds, you will need the fund manager's Tax ID Number or ISIN code, which is a code that begins with the characters ES.
Once the transfer order is issued, when will I have them with Bankinter?
The transfer of funds has a maximum legal deadline of 8 business days. If it involves a change of promoter, there are no legal deadlines and it could take a little longer.
Does the transfer service cost anything?
At Bankinter we will not charge you any fees for transferring your funds to our bank. However, we cannot guarantee that the entity where you currently hold your investment funds will not charge you any kind of fee. The best thing to do is to find out beforehand.