A current account is also referred to as a cheque account. Cheques are still a very popular method of payment offering convenience for the account holder. APS Bank cheques are recognised and accepted by all local businesses.
This account is also referred to as the 'Lifeguard Account'. It is an insurance linked savings account, where the Bank will double the balance of the account...
Another type of Savings Account is the Savings Bonanza Account or the 3 Day Notice Account.
Interest is credited on monthly basis | Withdrawals need three days notification.
The Virtual Account is an account which adds punch to our internet banking service by enhancing customer value through attractive interest earnings and more convenience, flexibility and better accessibility to your funds.
The APS Star Account is a savings account for children. It offers an easy solution that aims to maximise the effectiveness of saving for your children’s futures.
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Funds may be held with the Bank ranging from 1 to 60 months.
On the client's instructions interest can be added to capital or credited to a savings/ current account.
Start putting money aside to supplement your retirement. The APS Fixed Individual Savings Account is not subject to the 15% Withholding Tax and it gives you the security of a fixed rate of interest guaranteed for the whole term.
The USD term deposits offer the attractive annual interest rate of 2% if you deposit your money for two years and of 3% per annum if you deposit for five years.
A structured deposit is a fixed deposit account, where the capital is fully protected by APS Bank Ltd and falls under the terms of the Depositor Compensation Scheme. These products are available in limited offers and in various currencies.
Deposits can be made at any APS Bank branch, APS ATMs / Express Deposit Machine or Bank of Valletta ATMs (does not apply to BOV Advanced Deposit ATMs)