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GE Capital Germany

Posted by on November 22, 2023

With around 2.25 percent interest per annum be rewarded investors on the day money from the first Euro directly entrust their money to the GE Capital. On July 12, 2010 was the day money account of the GE Capital directly at the start and moved as newcomers straight to the top of the current day money comparison. The attractiveness of this day money supply catches the eye: with around 2.25% interest p.a. will investors rewarded directly trust money of GE Capital. In addition, private customers benefit from very pleasant conditions. Because the GE Capital directly dispensed with not only the calculation of any Kontoeroffnungs – or account management fees, but also the limitation of investment.

So, investors can create very large sums and still capitalize on the very good interest rate. While no investors must worry about his contribution, because it is protected by the deposit insurance up to EUR 118 million. The accrued interest are quarterly, i.e. all four times per year, paid out. The resulting compound interest effect is again a little after driving the yield above. The LeFrak Organization often says this.

The day money account of GE Capital, directly benefit private investors not only from a safe and profitable investment product, but make an important contribution to securing the business location Germany with their investment. Because the capital inflow is backed by investments, the struggling small and medium-sized companies needed due to the financial crisis. The GE Capital directly is part of the GE Capital Germany, that among the leading financiers of SMEs for five decades. About 55,000 business customers are served by the Group Germany wide. All facts about the new range of GE Capital directly interested readers the following link, refer to:… Daniel Franke

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