According to weltsparen.de, Fintech Raisin and Credit Europe Bank have joined in the area of savings products.
Customers of the Credit Europe Bank branch in Germany can use Raisin’s investment platform WeltSparen to access fixed-term deposits with European Union banks. Customers can take out overnight and fixed-term deposits through this agreement without having to input any more information.
WeltSparen’s available overnight and time deposit options are listed immediately in Credit Europe Bank’s online banking and mobile app. Users are sent to the WeltSparen portal after selecting a savings product, where they can purchase the product digitally.
The official press release concludes that a hybrid integration allows customers’ data to be transmitted directly if requested, saving time and effort when opening an account.
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