23 Online Banks From Around The World

07.27.07 | Online Banking | 0 Comments | by junger

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If you're looking to get into online banking, but not quite sure where to start, here's a list of 23 current virtual and online banks, courtesy of Wikipedia.

* AmTrust Direct, a division of Ohio Savings Bank (United States)
* AXA Banque (France)
* Bank of Internet (United States)
* Citi Direct, a division of Citibank (United States)
* Citizens Bank of Canada (Canada)
* Emigrant Direct, a division of Emigrant Bank (United States)
* EverBank Direct (United States)
* FNBO Direct, a division of First National of Nebraska (United States)
* HSBC Direct, a division of HSBC Bank USA (United States)
* ING Direct, part of ING Group (worldwide)
* Inteligo, a division of PKO BP S.A. (Poland)
* Manulife Bank of Canada (Canada)
* mBank, a division of BRE Bank SA (Poland)
* mbanx, a division of Bank of Montreal; now defunct (Canada)
* Openbank (Spain)
* President's Choice Financial (Canada)
* Rabobank (Belgium, The Netherlands)
* Skandiabanken (Norway, Sweden, Denmark)
* Smile (The Co-Operative Bank, UK)
* USAA (United States)
* UnivestDirect, a part of Univest Corporation of PA (United States)
* VirtualBank (United States)
* Washington Mutual (United States)

Online banking is becoming a bigger force around the world — I'd be interested to hear experiences from any international readers. What's online banking like overseas?

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