Online Transactions Made Easy With Digital Banking

Online Banking

We may be limited from doing bank transactions physically due to the imposed community quarantine, there are still ways on how we can transact our finances and online purchases. That is by way of digital banking.

CIMB Bank and ING are two digital banks that allow you to register an account online for free. You might have heard a thing or two from these specially if you’ve done online bank transactions before.

If you are a GCash customer, you might be familiar with CIMB Bank. CIMB Group is a leading ASEAN universal bank and one of the region’s foremost corporate advisors. It is headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and offers consumer banking, commercial banking, investment banking, and asset management products and services. Currently, the bank has subsidiaries in Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam, as well as branches in Singapore, Philippines, London, Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Laos and representative offices in Yangon and Mumbai. They also offer a market-leading interest rate of 4% per annum. This is open for their UpSave and GSave account.


As for ING, they operate in more than 40 countries across Europe, Asia, and the Americas. With their corporate headquarter being in Amsterdam. ING introduced ING Direct, a bank without branches that offered attractive savings accounts and other retail banking products. Their products include savings, payments, investments, loans, and mortgages in most of the retail markets. As for their Wholesale Banking clients, ING provides specialized lending, tailored corporate finance, debt and equity market solutions, payments and cash management, and trade and treasury services. They also have a promo where you get to have 4% interest rate per annum.

Looking into these, there is not much difference between the two. You may opt in to whichever digital banking is more suitable and convenient for you.

For a hassle-free digital banking, visit CIMB Bank and ING to know more.

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