It is a Belgian bank that has more than 240 branches in the country and is responsible for offering retail banking services to its private and professional clients. Apart from retail banking, it also provides corporate banking services, opening savings and checking accounts, loans, and more.
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It is an old banking institution with more than 100 years of history. In 1919, the City Bank of New York, also known as Citibank, was established in several countries, and one of them was Belgium in the Brussels region. It worked until the Second World War. Years after the war, in 1962, Citibank reactivated its services. To expand and grow further, it acquired Crédivit Bank and Financia Bank in 1969. Years later, through a series of mergers, Citibank Belgium originated in 1992, and in 2013, it was renamed Beobank NV/SA.
The Swift Code (Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication), also known as BIC, is used during an international transfer to identify the receiving bank: CTBKBEBX.
Number of Employees
The bank has approximately 1,518 employees.
The rating is the evaluation of a bank and the risks it can take in case of not paying a debt. Moody’s, S&P, and Fitch are the agencies in charge of it.
Beobank has a rating of:
- Moody’s = Aa3.
- S&P = A.
- Fitch = A+.
Aa3 (Moody’s) = It has high quality and with a little more risk to long-term risks.
A (S&P Global) = The economic situation could affect financing.
A+ (Fitch) = It has great solvency capacity and low risk of default.
The headquarters of the entity is in the city of Brussels, Belgium.
If you want to know more about this bank, enter through its website: https://www.beobank.be/.
- Individual: The bank offers payment services for credit and debit accounts, credit cards, investments, pensions, savings, loans, mortgage credit, insurance (vehicle, home, family), and more.
- Professional: The bank allows professional clients to open accounts, obtain credit cards, business financing, investment credits, professional leasing, liquidity, investment funds, commercial transfers, and more.
- Address: Boulevard Général Jacques, 263G, Brussels, 1050, Belgium
- Phone Number: 02 626 50 50