SpareBank 1 Østfold Akershus

About SpareBank 1 Østfold Akershus

SpareBank 1 Østfold Akershus, a savings bank, provides various banking products and services in Østfold and the southern part of Akershus. The company offers savings, operating, tax deduction, deposit, placement, and currency accounts; and savings and investment products. It also provides consumer, construction, repayment, boat, motorcycle, and car loans; operating credit products; bank guarantees; liquidity loans with government guarantees; operating credit for agriculture; mortgage products; leasing and factoring services; and refinancing services. In addition, the company offers various insurance products, such as vehicle, house and travel, personal, animal, liability, work machine, interruption, condominium, cyber, truck, movable property, commercial building, project, transport, crime, bus, group life, health, leisure accident, occupational injury, accident insurance children, and sick pay insurance products; and pension products. Further, it provides credit, municipal payment, and other bank cards; payment terminal, debt collection, and document collection services; bonds, forwards, and currency options; accounting approved, invoice automatic, eGiro/Cremul, KID invoice, and OCR and eGiro payment services; and mobile and online banking services. The company was founded in 1835 and is headquartered in Moss, Norway.

SOAG.OL Norway

318USD4 (+1.26%)

• At close Thu Jun 01 2023

Oslo exchange

Sector: Financial Services

Industry: Banks—Regional

Location Norway, Moss

Grade: ADA

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