ANZ SGD & Foreign Currency Current Account is designed to make managing your finances uncomplicated. Enjoy the convenience of easy access to your cash, making a payment and cheque issuance facility. We offer you the flexibility to have your account denominated in SGD, EUR, AUD, GBP, CHF or CAD.
- Available in SGD, EUR, AUD, GBP, CHF or CAD
- Cheque book facility for SGD
- Monthly statements
- Access funds at our branches and with ANZ Visa Debit Card at ANZ ATMs and ATM5 network
- Worldwide access to funds via Visa or PLUS networks
- 24-hour access to your account through Phone Banking or Digital Banking.
|Minimum age requirement||18 years|
|Currency||Initial Deposit||Minimum average monthly balance||Fall below fee (per month)#|
|SGD||SGD 10,000||SGD 10,000||SGD 30|
|EUR||EUR 10,000||EUR 10,000||EUR 20|
|AUD||AUD 10,000||AUD 10,000||AUD 30|
|GBP||GBP 5,000||GBP 5,000||GBP 15|
|CHF||CHF 10,000||CHF 10,000||CHF 20|
|CAD||CAD 10,000||CAD 10,000||CAD 20|
# Waived for ANZ Signature Priority Banking customers. For ANZ Signature Priority Banking customers, SGD 50 will be charged per month if Total Relationship Size1 falls below SGD 150,000. Total Relationship Size includes deposits, investments and/or insurance1.
1. Total Relationship Size (TRS) refers to the combination of Current, Checking and Savings account(s), Term Deposits, Dual Currency Investments, Securities, Unit Trusts, Structured Products, Structured Deposits, Bonds and Insurance.
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Fluctuations in foreign currency rates will have an impact on your profit and loss where a transaction involves a foreign currency element. For foreign currency deposits, fluctuations in the exchange rates could adversely impact the amount of interest earned (if any) on such deposits. You may experience a loss when you convert your foreign currency deposit back to your home currency. Foreign currency deposit is also subject to exchange control risk where restrictions may be imposed on its convertibility and/or transferability. You should therefore determine whether any foreign currency deposit is suitable for you in light of your investment objectives, financial means and risk profile.
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Deposit Insurance Scheme: Singapore dollar deposits of non-bank depositors are insured by the Singapore Deposit Insurance Corporation, for up to S$50,000 in aggregate per depositor per Scheme member by law. Foreign currency deposits, dual currency investments, structured deposits and other investment products are not insured.
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