Even non-residents can now open an account with HolaBank remotely, thanks to its unique ‘digital onboarding’ facility

HolaBank is part of the only banking group in Europe that allows non-residents to open up a Spanish bank account from abroad.

All you need to open a bank account in Spain with HolaBank is a device with a camera. It’s that simple. This facility is even available to non-residents, which is not possible with any other bank in Europe.

So if you need to open up an account in Spain, in preparation for a property purchase, for example, you can do it from the comfort of your own home, wherever you are in the world. This remote setup process is particularly valuable at a time like this, when travel restrictions might disrupt your plans to come to Spain.

The setup process, known as ‘digital onboarding’, is 100% safe, and comprises six simple steps that anyone can manage.

With a video ID system, and the signing of the contract carried out through SMS, new customers can have an HolaBank account up and running within 48 hours. Once the online process is completed, new clients will have to confirm their identity in a physical branch within six months*.

As an HolaBank customer, you get an unbeatable range of financial and non-financial advantages from a bank that has received multiple awards for banking excellence from leading authorities like Euromoney and Global Finance.

When you open an account with HolaBank you get access to a host of non-financial benefits designed to enhance your life in Spain as a member of the HolaBank Club. HolaBank is part of CaixaBank, one of the leading banking groups in Spain, and is specifically organised to take care of the banking needs of expats and second-home owners from abroad.

Click the banner below to visit the HolaBank website, and get onboard in six easy steps from anywhere in the world.

*Three months is the normal period of time, but under special Covid-19 terms taking into account travel restrictions, the period has temporarily been increased to six months until further notice.

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