Finance Breaking news Raisn teams up with Spain's Finect last financial news
Breaking-Finance.Com - The interactive financial resource platform Finect and deposits marketplace Raisin are launching a partnership, in a significant step toward broadening access in Spain to higher interest rates.
Breaking-Finance.Com - Finect’s more than two million users can now invest in attractive Raisin European partner bank deposits directly from the Finect platform.By integrating Raisin’s offers, Finect connects its users to a wide range of banking opportunities with attractive interest rates outside of Spain, from France, Belgium and Italy, to Norway, Estonia and other EU markets. The more than 60 available deposit products come from 13 of Raisin’s European partner banks, enabling Finect users to select both for rate and geographical location, and to earn as much as 1.41% p.a.“Spanish families have accumulated a record figure of almost 900,000 million EUR in bank deposits, but not always with a meaningful return. In fact, in many cases, they don’t even earn interest.
. "This is a new and important step in our broader objective: to bring the best products and services to Spanish savers, following the launch of our fund platform in July.”Miguel Freire, Country Manager of Raisin Spain adds: “With the increase in savings volume since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, creating access to better savings options with higher yields is more important than ever. Finect and Raisin share a mission to use digital technology to provide people in Spain with not only more information but also more competitive options. Our new partnership thus solves a key challenge faced by Spanish consumers during a period of market volatility, where mitigating risk is as essential as earning a more profitable return. With Raisin’s marketplace, Finect users will be able to beat the all-time low interest rates across Spain while enjoying the security of term deposits.”All of the banking products on Raisin’s marketplace are secured by the deposit guarantee laws in each partner bank country of origin, in line with EU guidelines, covering up to 100,000 EUR per person, per bank.
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