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Banking in Belgium

Opening a bank in Belgium is comparatively easy. You are usually required to only provide one piece of identification, such as a passport.

There is a world-class and international banking and finance industry in Belgium. The basic financial institutions are deposit banks, public credit institutions and private savings banks. There are many major commercial banks in Belgium.

Cash points are located throughout the country, and internet banking is also widely used.

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