Kiddy Bank Account

Kiddy Bank Account is a variant of Savings Account, which can be opened in the name of children below 16 years of age, for their future savings.

Features
  • Higher interest rate than that of the normal Savings Account.
  • No restrictions for withdrawals and deposits.
  • No restriction in deposits.
Benefits
  • Security.
  • Higher Interest earned on Savings.
  • Lower minimum balance requirement.
  • Can be linked to Education Protection Plan (EPP) under Secure
  • Living.

For information on applicable Interest Rate per annum please click here.

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