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fortunespeculator

Entrepreneur
Sorry, but you talk (sorry to say) bullshit.
At most big banks (Intesa, Unicredit, OTP...) have branches in Belgrade where minimum one person has focus on foreign customers.
Open an account is so easy. You need only your passport, the white paper (registration from your hotel at police), proof of address (for example bank statement of other current account) and half hour time - thats all. After half hour you have your multi currency account (Dinar, EURO, Dollar....) and online banking.
Of course you can transfer between your own accounts at same bank without additional costs and for transfers from and to Serbia you will use SWIFT - so simple, so easy.
Also "cash in" is for free - only between 500 and 600 Dinars maintance every month.
Oh - of course you get cards - for example Mastercard Platinum and Dina Card (for local payments in Serbia)
What is "cash in" for free and which banks would you recommend from your list to open an account-I am non eu and non us national.And Which has less fee for doing foreign transactions.

What is "cash in" for free and which banks would you recommend from your list to open an account-I am non eu and non us national.And Which has less fee for doing foreign transactions.
Anyone gives good returns on Dollars or Euro deposits
 

mvstreet123

New member
What is "cash in" for free and which banks would you recommend from your list to open an account-I am non eu and non us national.And Which has less fee for doing foreign transactions.


Anyone gives good returns on Dollars or Euro deposits
You can check homepages of banks - there are all conditions and fees for foreign transaction.
What bank: up to you:p
Only one: you can open account only personally
 

WinterSun

New member
Not directly/personally; but I will ask an appropriate person. Stay tuned ;)


See also info given by @Sols above in this thread.


Yes, taking into account all the info given by @Sols above in this thread, it makes sense.
(There are two posts by @Sols re: Serbian banks
Reliable banks in non-CRS countries that allow remote opening for foreign citizens and
Reliable banks in non-CRS countries that allow remote opening for foreign citizens (just above yours last).
Thank you ;)
 

WinterSun

New member
You're welcome.

I spoke with the proper person and I found that I had omitted to ask you an essential question: Do you speak Spanish – and how well? To be exact, are you able to consult legal issues in Spanish?
I am afraid I don't speak Spanish at all. I have been meaning to learn but has never started yet. I was counting on the lawyers speaking English.
 

Forester

Mentor Group Light (Private use!)
I am afraid I don't speak Spanish at all. I have been meaning to learn but has never started yet. I was counting on the lawyers speaking English.
OK. Then you cannot go for a small “law boutique”, as they are usually not able to give a legal advice in English. (It is expected if someone is to reside in Paraguay, he will be able to communicate in Spanish /or Guarani :) / – perhaps except he/she is a top-level manager of some multinational and such a person will use a branch of a multinational law firm that is serving them globally.)
You must take a help from some bigger law firm. I can point you to, for example, to BKM - Berkemeyer, BKM, go for Labor Law and Social Security – BKM or to Peroni Sosa Tellechea Burt & Narvaja, PSTBN, again search for Labor Law and Social Security Team.
(Unfortunately, it is a little bit more expensive.)
 

Piano

Entrepreneur
Sorry, but you talk (sorry to say) bullshit.
At most big banks (Intesa, Unicredit, OTP...) have branches in Belgrade where minimum one person has focus on foreign customers.
Open an account is so easy. You need only your passport, the white paper (registration from your hotel at police), proof of address (for example bank statement of other current account) and half hour time - thats all. After half hour you have your multi currency account (Dinar, EURO, Dollar....) and online banking.
Of course you can transfer between your own accounts at same bank without additional costs and for transfers from and to Serbia you will use SWIFT - so simple, so easy.
Also "cash in" is for free - only between 500 and 600 Dinars maintance every month.
Oh - of course you get cards - for example Mastercard Platinum and Dina Card (for local payments in Serbia)

hii, which bank you have personal experience ?
 

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