Bankinter has reached another digital milestone with its new online investment management service called Popcoin. This innovative platform is targeted at savers who are not Bankinter customers but interested in investing even small amounts in managed investment fund portfolios that, until recently, were only available to Bankinter private banking customers.
Through this service, Bankinter aims to provide small investors with investment options normally offered to high net-worth customers. Accordingly, its minimum investment amount is very low. With as little as 100 euros, customers may purchase units in a premium managed investment fund portfolio.
As of tomorrow, Tuesday 3 October, Bankinter will open its ‘Academia Broker’ courses, a series of training sessions about the stock market and trading. The courses will run over the next three months in various cities across Spain.
‘Academia Broker’ aims to provide free and specialised training to both Bankinter customers and non-customers who wish to learn how to dependently engage in trading in the stock market and other investment areas, including the fixed-income market.
Bankinter has revamped its policy on fees and commissions for equity trades by implementing a new fixed rate of 3.95 euros for online transactions carried out in Spain for less than 2,000 euros.
This new rate substitutes the former rate of 8 euros per transaction and will become effective on 2 October for sales transactions involving stocks, rights and ETFs in the continuous trading market.
Bankinter amongst the top sustainable banks in the world according to the Dow Jones Sustainability Index Europe07/09/2017
Bankinter has reached a milestone after being selected for a list of stocks to be quoted on the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) Europe. The news was published today by the investment company, RobecoSAM, which is charged with preparing this international sustainability index. In this light, Bankinter has been recognised as one of the most sustainable banks in the world.
Bankinter’s inclusion on the Dow Jones Sustainability Index for Europe comes on the back of its efforts in recent years to promote sustainability through social, environmental and corporate governance initiatives that follow the strictest standards of excellence.