New to America, but not new to helping Savers
While we are new to the United States, our family of brands has been providing innovative and competitive ways to save for international customers in more than 20+ countries:
Deposit Solutions is a globally-recognized financial technology company and pioneer in banking. Since 2011, we have connected depositors with banks through five retail websites across Europe. Deposit Solutions has now arrived in the U.S. to give American consumers the opportunity to choose and save among multiple savings products with SaveBetter, a brand under its umbrella of companies.Visit
Since 2014, Savedo has built partnerships with more than 15 banks and won the “Best Deposit Marketplace” award by BankingCheck. Today, Savedo is active in Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, and Switzerland as Deposit Solutions’ retail channel.Visit
ZINSPILOT launched in October 2015 and has since been named “Best Deposit Marketplace” by BankingCheck for four consecutive years. Only banks that are rated “Investment Grade” by at least two of the three major rating agencies (Fitch, Moody’s, Standard & Poor’s) can actively market deposit products through ZINSPILOT in the German market. Because of this, depositors enjoy a curated selection of deposit products from a network of banks, without having to open new accounts.Visit
Here are a few numbers to show just how far our family has come:
We work with banks in over 20 countries.
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APY means Annual Percentage Yield.
Each customer authorizes the Service Bank to hold the customer’s funds in a custodial capacity in order to facilitate the customer’s deposits to and withdrawals from deposit accounts at various Product Banks that the customer requests through SaveBetter.com. The Service Bank does not establish the terms of the deposit accounts, or offer the deposit accounts to customers, and provides no advice to customers about deposit accounts. Central Bank of Kansas City, Member FDIC, d.b.a. Central Payments is the Service Bank.