Habib Bank Zurich bank account review, information and more
Habib Zurich Review
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About Habib Bank AG Zurich
Based in Zurich, Habib Bank is a Swiss commercial bank. It was established in 1967 and aims to marry traditional banking with modern, international banking. The bank has wholly owned subsidiaries in Canada, Pakistan, South Africa, Hong Kong and the United Kingdom plus offices in Kenya and the United Arab Emirates.
The UK office was founded in 1974 and was taken over by the wholly owned subsidiary Habib Bank Zurich PLC in 2016. became a wholly owned subsidiary in 2016. The UK arm has branches in London, Birmingham, Manchester and Leicester.
Habib Bank Zurich plc began operations in the United Kingdom in 1974. Today the bank offers services through its branch network in London, Manchester, Leicester and Birmingham.
Habib Bank AG Zurich Products and Services
Habib Bank works internationally with individuals, businesses, SMEs and corporations. Despite being a large institution, the bank aims to offer fully bespoke services to every client. There are three primary account types available to customers, all offering attractive rates of interest:
Time deposit account (notice withdrawals permitted)
Habib Bank AG Zurich offers its financial products in all major currencies. As well as current and deposit accounts, they provide trade finance services including letters of credit, trust receipts, commercial loans, local bills discounting and overdrafts.
Habib also has services tailored specifically for financial institutions, covering all cash management and trade finance products. The bank has a centre dedicated to this work in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and relationships with more than 1000 correspondent banks around the world.
All Habib Bank AG customers can use online banking platform HBZWeb to manage their account, make payments, and view their account in real time.
Habib Bank AG Zurich Security
In the UK, Habib Bank AG Zurich is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Prudential Regulation Authority. Deposits of up to £85,000 are covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS).