Netherlands Interest Rates

The Netherlands economy with a population of 16.6 Million (Est 2010) ranks 17th in the world with a GDP PPP of 658 billion and GDP PPP per capita of 39,877 vs 45,934 (United States) according to the IMF in 2009. Its currency is the Euro(EUR) and is the 2nd most traded currency in the world. Bank deposits held for a fixed term in the Netherlands are sometimes called savings deposits or fixed rate savings. According to its inflation was 2.5% in 2008 and 1.2% in 2009.

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Netherlands Banks

Provider Branch Founded Ownership
Rabobank Rabobank 910 1972 Local
ABN AMRO ABN AMRO 3,000 1720 Local
GE Artesia Bank GE Artesia Bank 2 1863 Foreign
Triodos Bank Triodos Bank 1980 Local
ING ING 1991 Local

Netherlands Discussion Activity

    Q: Please let me know the interest rates in Netherlands for Student Loan, Personal Loan, Flexible Credit and Private Lomit Plus loans.

    Reply Bharathy from India
  • ABN AMRO - Loans - ABN AMRO 10 Year Home Loan
    Q: Do you provide mortgages outside of the Netherlands? I am seeking a mortgage for a purchase in Spain. I work in Geneva, Switzerland. Thank you.

    Reply Fabian from Douvaine, France
  • Rabobank - Loans - Rabobank 10 Year Home Loan
    Q: Hi, I am an expat residing in Netherlands and would like to buy a property in Rotterdam. Hence I would like to schedule an mortgage appointment with the Rabo bank. Look forward to your reply, thank you! Regards, Li

    Reply Li from Singapore, Singapore
  • ING - Savings - ING Savings Account
    Q: I am a student in Amsterdam and I want to understand what kind of an account can I open in order to save for a long period and get a reasonable interest rate?

    Reply Sanaika from Netherlands
  • Rabobank - Loans - Rabobank Personal Loan
    Q: Hi I am an expat and working in Netherlands since feb 2016 I am holding permanent contract with the Dutch company Vodafoneziggo. I would like to check if I can get personal loan

    Reply Ashok from Netherlands
  • Rabobank
    Q: My house is freehold,I would like to borrow $100k for a 10yr where upon I will sell the house. If fixing for the 10 yr period what happens in the case of a major currency fluctuation. Would penalties would apply if I paid out the loan earlier. Regards, Phillip Kirkham

    Reply Phillip Kirkham from Auckland, New Zealand
  • ING - Loans - ING Car Loan
    Q: How much time does it take to process the loan.

    Reply B MISHRA from Wassenaar, Netherlands
  • ING - Loans - ING 10 Year Home Loan
    Q: I wish to take advantage of the currently low mortgage rates. I'm paying 5% at the moment but I understand the rate is down to around 2.7%. If I change now, what penalty will I incur? And can you recommend an accountant/broker who could help me with this? I'm finding my bank to be very difficult to contact when it comes to mortgage advice.

    Reply Jeremy from Amsterdam, Netherlands
    Q: I would like to know what was the interest rate for a deposit of E500,000. between 2010 and 2016. Thank you

    Reply Nicol from Boucherville, Canada
  • Rabobank
    Q: On the 10 year home loan what are the fees and aprazale cost, if the home is at $400,000 and paid for and you want a lone of $150,000 and you don't owe anybody and own 8 condos worth $90,000 each and make $150,000 and rental income of $80,000 from rentals

    Reply Waymen from Blythe, United States