As part of encouraging digital banking, ABN Amro is planning to charge a raised fees for its business clients who use payment services involving manual processing.
The Dutch bank is investing heavily in further digitising and upgrading its payment products and services. As a result, fees of about 10% of the bank’s total payments services will be adjusted, while the remaining 90% will remain unchanged.
“ABN Amro wants to encourage the use of online services and will, for example, increase the fee for depositing cash with a sealbag. The fee for depositing cash in an ATM, however, will be reduced because the cash is counted by the machine,” says the bank, in a statement.