- See list of the typical services linked to a payment account
- BK Salary Account Fee Information Document
- View Bk Salary Pre-Contract Factsheet
- See general terms and conditions for current accounts
Show/Hide legal text1 Bk Salary Account: Promotion valid until 31 December 2020 or for a maximum of 40,000 new accounts. Exclusively for new customers between 18 and 24 years old with a salary of at least €500. A customer may only be the holder of one interest-bearing account and a maximum of two bonus current accounts. For these purposes, a bonus current account is understood to be a current account subject to special financial conditions such as credit cards without any issuance or maintenance fee and no account fees. The maximum interest-bearing balance is €3,000. First year: nominal annual interest rate of 4.94% (5% AER). Second year: nominal annual interest rate of 1.99% (2% APR). Interest paid every six months. Example for a daily balance in the Salary account of €3,000, calculated for an interest payment period of 180 days, gross return: 1st six months €73.08, 2nd six months €73.08, 3rd six months €29.44, 4th six months €29.44. To access and keep the benefits of our Bk Salary Account, you need to maintain the declared level of income and pay at least three direct debits per quarter. The card linked to the Bk Salary Account must also be active.
Show/Hide legal text2 Bankinter will not charge you any fees for debit card cash withdrawals, regardless of the amount withdrawn, as long as you take out the cash at any Bankinter ATM or those of any of the following banks: Grupo Cajas Rurales, Deutsche Bank, Grupo Cajamar, Laboral Kutxa, Banco Pastor, Targo Bank and Euro Automatic Cash and the entire EURO 6000 ATM network: CajaSur Banco, EVO Banco, CECABANK, CARDTRONICS, Caixa Ontinyent, Liberbank, Liberbank Banco de Castilla-La Mancha, Colonya Caixa Pollença, ABANCA, Ibercaja, Kutxabank, Unicaja and EspañaDuero.
Show/Hide legal text3 The fund prospectuses and Key Investor Information Document, as well as all the other legal documents regarding Bankinter's collective investment institutions (IICC), are available at all of our branches, on our website and on the website of the Spanish National Securities Market Commission (CNMV). If there is any discrepancy between the information in this document and the legal information regarding the IICC, the latter shall prevail. The time frame for each fund is specified in the Key Investor Information Document.