Who is owner of Sparkasse Bank?


Who is owner of Sparkasse Bank?

the Austrian Savings Bank Group
Owners of Steiermärkische Bank und Sparkassen AG We are an independent savings bank, part of the Austrian Savings Bank Group and a member of the Solidarity and Guarantee Fund (Haftungverbund). Our history of nearly 200 years has a good foundation.

Does Sparkasse speak English?

Sparkassen services for everyone – now also available in English.

Does Sparkasse have blocked account?

You can open a blocked account from home. To do so, you will need to fill in the necessary account application form of the savings bank or private bank concerned. You can download the form from their website or have it sent to you by email. The form is usually also available in English.

How much is Sparkasse?


Account management fee 9.30 Euro/month 1
Deposits/withdrawals from Sparkasse ATMs free of charge
First debit card free of charge
Second debit card 1.25 Euro/month 1
Transfer in online banking free of charge

Is Sparkasse a government bank?

Sparkassen are non-commercial public-sector entities, whose controlling “owners” (Träger) are municipalities and/or counties, even though these local governments hold no liability for.

How many people use Sparkasse?

3,009 employees work at 231 locations in Austria and the Western Balkans. Around 805,000 customers currently make use of Steiermärkische Sparkasse’s services.

How many Sparkasse are there in Germany?

The roughly 400 savings banks in Germany, known as Sparkassen (singular Sparkasse), form a network that represents about 15% of the country’s domestic banking assets.

Can money enter a blocked account?

Once an account in the U.S. is blocked by government mandate (such as during a time of war or distress), no funds in the account can be accessed without a specific release from the U.S. Treasury.

Is there any alternative for blocked account in Germany?

Alternatives to Blocked Bank Account A scholarship. Bank account statements of your parents/guardians. Letter of sponsorship from someone in Germany.