Switching to us is easy with the free Bank Switching Service. Simply choose when and we’ll move your current accounts and all your regular payments to us. We'll look after all the paperwork so you don’t need to worry about that either. Virtually everything will be sorted for you in 10 working days.
Switching to KBC Brussels
1. Open a KBC Brussels current account
Do it online or in a KBC Brussels branch near you.
2. Fill in your application
Download your application form to switch banks and fill it in. Add a copy of each signatory's ID card.
Closing your account at your old bank
If you want to close your account at your previous bank and transfer the balance to your new KBC Brussels account, tell us in your application.
In step 1, tick the appropriate box:
- 'closing previous current account'
- or 'switching payment orders and closing previous current account', if you also want to transfer your planned payments (e.g., standing orders)
We’re here to help
You’ll want payments likes ones from your employer/unemployment benefits agency, child benefit fund, health insurance fund, tax authorities or the National Pensions Office to be paid into your new account. We’ll happily arrange that for you.
If you’d rather inform everyone yourself, you can easily specify that on your application form. See more to help you sort things out yourself.
Move direct debits
If you pay regular bills by direct debit, there’s even no need to
contact the likes of your Internet provider (Telenet, Proximus, etc.)
or electricity supplier. We’ll be glad to get in touch with them for
you. If you’d still prefer to do that yourself, just tell us on your
Your savings accounts and investments
Totally want to move to us? Great! You can also move your savings
accounts, investments and pension savings from your former bank.
You’ll have to switch those yourself, but help is still at hand. Contact
KBC Brussels Live and they'll be happy to tell you the
best way to do this.
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