- Sole Proprietorship
- Self Employed Professionals
- Private limited companies.
- What is the minimum deposit amout needed to open a fixed deposit?
- What is the amount of interest earned on fixed deposit?
Tiered interest rate. An account that pays interest in increasingly higher amounts as the account balance increases.
- Commercial Account Opening Form (for New to Bank client)
- Standalone Fixed Deposit Form ( for Existing client only)
- Board resolution for opening the account & its operations
- Valid Current Trade License
- Trade License of last 3 years
- National ID/Passport/Driving License of the owners of the company
- 12 Digit e-TIN certificate
- PIF & Photo ID of the directors, signatories & the persons holding 10% or more shares
- Partnership deed and registration certificate from registrar of firms ( for Partnership businesses only)
- Memorandum of Article of Association and Certificate of Incorporation (for Private Limited Company only)
- Updated Form X and XII ( for Private Limited company only)
Please note that the above requirements are not exhaustive and the bank may require further documentation to open an account on a case to case basis.
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