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Thu, 13 Dec 2018 17:02 - Updated Thu, 13 Dec 2018 17:02

BNA raises interest rate of bank account "Bankita a Crescer"

Luanda - The National Bank of Angola (BNA) raised the interest rate of the bank account “Bankita a Crescer" from seven to an annual 12, 5% interest rate, said this week the Central Reserve Bank.

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The bank account, which was created in 2011 for low income people, as part of financial education programme, is aimed at promoting the access of the beneficiaries to the financial system and encourage saving habits through the remuneration and protection of their financial resources.  

In order to enable the referred citizens to have access to the bank account the National Bank signed agreements with several commercial banks namely BCA, BCI, BFA, BIC, BIR, BMF, BNI, BPC, BSOL, KEVE, BANC and YETU.

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