We've put together the top FAQs for existing customers:
I've received my letter, what do I need to do?
This letter provides you with 6 months’ notice of your account closing. To ensure you continue to have access to a current account you will need to open a current account with a new provider or switch your KBC Current Account to a new provider if you do not already have an alternative current account that you can use. You can find out how to do this here.
I haven't received a letter yet, what should I do?
We will be issuing out letters on a phased basis. If you haven't received your letter yet you don't need to take any action but you can find out about next steps in our Guide to Next Steps (76kb.pdf)
What if I haven't been able to open a new Current Account in time?
Once you have received your Current Account closure notice, you will then have six months’ to switch or close your account. You will continue to be afforded all of the relevant legal and regulatory protections. We began writing to customers in June of this year it will take a number of months to write to all customers. For example, KBC Mortgage customers who hold a KBC Current Account will not receive their Current Account closure notification until at least September 2022.
Please get in touch with us if you are having trouble opening an account elsewhere.
My Account is closed and I do not have an account elsewhere, can my account be re-opened after closure?
No unfortunately, this will not be possible once your account is closed.
What if there is still money in my account after closure, how can I retrieve my funds?
If there is money left in your account at the date of closure, your account will still close. Funds that are in your bank account when closed will be transferred to a central KBC Account and held on your behalf. We will endeavour to make the withdrawal of your funds following the closure of your Current Account as easy as possible for you and will contact you with details of how to retrieve your funds.