Open a bank account in the Czech Republic

We will assist you with opening a safe state-guaranteed account in the EU for private and business needs. All-round support and translation of all required documents into the Czech language are included in the reasonable price.
PERSONAL
10000
CZK
/
400
EUR
  • State-guaranteed deposit up to 100.000 euro
  • Free or medium-priced account services
  • Easy Internet access
  • The EU bank card
  • English speaking bank managers
+ more about opening of a personal bank account read here
Corporate
from37000
CZK
/
1400
EUR
  • the service is provided to CZECH companies ONLY (OR to a subsidiary of a foreign company in the Czech Republic)
  • the price includes payment for a nominee director (REQUIRED) for 3 months and drawing up a contract for nominee service
  • a reliable contract of nominee service with the director - a Czech citizen or a Czech lawyer
  • the price does not include the deposit payment and hourly payment for the director's services
  • direct access to the account from your side
+ more about opening of a corporate bank account read here

Do you need foreign bank account? DoMyTax will help you to choose a credit institution, tariff and arrange your all of your documents. You will only need to provide the minimum required package of documents and a power of attorney.

When is it necessary to open an account in foreign bank?

Appeal to the foreign credit organizations may be due to the following circumstances:

Open a bank account in the Czech Republic
  • Set up a bank account in the Czech Republic;
  • The need to conduct business on the territory of a foreign state;
  • Planning a long-term residence or moving to permanent residence in the Czech Republic;
  • Acquisition of real estate in another country. In order to conduct the transaction and ensure the further maintenance of your property, it is necessary to set up an account with a foreign bank;
  • Protection of assets. Czech credit institutions strictly promote the obligation to comply with banking secrecy and the country's legislation
  • Preservation of money in a stable organization.
  • The local banking system has never experienced major shocks and has always demonstrated resilience in crisis periods;
  • Intention in the future to take a loan in a foreign bank.
  • Bonuses are low interest rates and a relatively loyal attitude towards borrowers, including entrepreneurs seeking funds to open or develop a business.

What do you need to create an account with a Czech bank?

The exact list of documents depends on the rules of each individual credit institution. As a general rule, an individual will need an identity card and a proof of registration at the place of residence. A legal entity must provide the constituent documents, as well as a copy of the head's passport. The papers, compiled in the language different from Czech, must be translated and submitted with an apostille. In addition, you need to fill out a bank profile. A credit institution can request additional documents.

Advantages of opening accounts in Czech banks with DoMyTax

This procedure can be difficult for an unprepared person. Which bank to choose? How to analyze the proposed options for the terms of cooperation? Which documents must be available, so that the process of opening an account does not last for months?

Specialists from DoMyTax will provide you with a detailed answer to these questions. After our consultation, the procedure of creating an account in Czech bank will become clear and transparent. We will also help you:

  • To determine the most convenient credit institution, based on your goals;
  • To understand the terms of service and the collection of commissions;
  • Properly prepare a package of all necessary documents;
  • Check the contract with the bank before signing it;
  • To pass the procedure without personal presence, having the corresponding power of attorney provided for our employee.

Get preliminary advice on opening bank accounts in the Czech Republic - use the special form on our website or call us: +420 234 261 969.

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