A private bank account in the country having no financial information exchange. Account opening within three days. Online control and account management

"The Common Reporting Standard is an information standard for the automatic exchange of information regarding bank accounts on a global level, between tax authorities, which the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development developed in 2014" ©Wikipedia

Personal and secure bank account in Europe with enhanced privacy. No information exchange

Is it possible to open a private bank account without risking to share the account information with the authorities around the world and in your home country? Today when even such former guardians of privacy in banking like Switzerland and Luxembourg are sharing automatically client data with tax authorities it is pretty hard to find a banking option which is both secure and private. We have found it. It is located in Europe, in a small country heading to the EU membership but not a member yet and banking secrecy still exists here.

Account opening procedure:

Document requirements (due diligence) are quite straightforward and much more different than in many countries. You will need your passport only. No bank references, no credit history, no address confirmation and no deposit will be required. You will need to answer a few questions by email describing your activities and, if the bank decides you are a good fit, you would need to visit the bank's office to have your personal account opened. Bank codes for Internet banking and a debit card will be issued within two days afterwards and you will be able to use your private account and manage it online. We will guide you through the entire procedure making it as convenient for you as possible.


If you need a personal bank account to hold, save and operate your funds in private and secure environment (Deposit Protection Fund covers the deposits), please get in touch with us for the details. We will be happy to assist.

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