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In order to inculcate saving habits amongst the customers, T Bank offers an easy to operate Saving Deposit Scheme with attractive prevailing rate of return as high as 5.5% at monthly rests, which is one of the highest offered amongst the Banks. This deposit scheme has the following salient features.

Eligibility:

All Bhutanese Individuals, Associations/ Clubs/ Social Welfare Trusts and Non-Bhutanese individuals are eligible to open Saving Deposit Account either with Single/ Joint or Either of Survivor (EOS) operations. The account can be even opened in the name of minor child/children under the care of Natural Guardian/ legally appointed regent.

Checklist of documents required:

  • For Bhutanese Individuals

            – A copy of CID and 2 copies of passport sized photographs.

  • For Non Bhutanese Individuals

            – A copy of Voter Card or Passport/ Work Permit and 2 copies of passport sized photographs.

  • For Clubs/ Social Welfare Trusts/ Religious Bodies etc

            – A copy of Article of Association/ Certificate of incorporation/ Board Resolutions

Utility

    • Unrestricted amount of Deposit & Withdrawals.
    • Can be linked with ATM to facilitate withdrawals by cards.
    • Can be linked for Internet and SMS banking services.
    • Fund transfers through different mediums and loan repayments can be processed through this account with standing instructions.

Maintenance:

  • The account can be operated either singly/jointly or either or EOS.
  • The scheme has the options to nominate legal nominee at the time of opening the account.
  • No minimum balance required.
  • Cheque book facility available.
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