Vibe Savings Account
A range of tailor made facilities designed for youth.
Calculated daily & paid monthly
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Parents, grandparents or legal guardian of children up to 15 years of age (including new borns) are eligible to open an account.
If your child belongs to following categories, you are eligible to open an Arunalu Children’s Savings Account in Foreign Currency for them.
Interest will be calculated on the daily balance and credited to the account quarterly.
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From parents ,grandparents or legal guardian.
The total balance in the Arunalu Children’s Savings Account in Foreign Currency, can be withdrawn, on or after the 18th birthday of the child. Operations of the account can be carried out in line with the prevailing Foreign Exchange regulations on Personal Foreign Currency Accounts in Sri Lanka.
Make payments for overseas education or healthcare directly in foreign currency.
Residents in Sri Lanka:
Minimum initial deposit – USD 50 or equivalent in designated currencies.
You can visit a branch of your choice and discuss your requirement along with the period of deposit with an officer of the branch.
To open an account please collect an Arunalu Foreign Currency Minor’s Savings Account opening form, from your nearest Commercial Bank branch or download it from below. Complete the form and hand it in with the required documents. Remember to take your passport with the VISA copy to confirm your non residency status. This is necessary for us to identify you.
If you require further details please contact our NRFC Department on +94 112 330 408 ,+94 112 486 075/85 or your nearest Commercial Bank branch. Email: - email@example.com
Product information and terms & conditions are subject to change from time to time. Therefore, it is advisable to contact the branch nearest to you for the latest information and prevailing terms & conditions.
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