Remunerate your savings

Do you want to build up capital or remunerate your savings while keeping them available for a project or an unforeseen event to be managed? Whatever your needs, and keeping in mind your short, medium and long-term objectives as well as your risk tolerance, Delubac Personal Banking supports you in managing your savings, at your own pace, by offering you adapted solutions.

Savings account

Are you not using your savings from your current account ? With Delubac Personal Banking’ savings accounts : the Compte sur livret and the Livret A savings accounts, let your savings grow in peace. Banque Delubac & Cie allows you to benefit from savings available at any time and remunerated.

Livret A

Do you want to profit from your savings? With the L ivret A , bank interest is exempt from income tax and social contributions. The ceiling for this regulated savings amounts to 22,950 euros and currently benefits from a rate of 3 %.

Save for an unlimited period of time by making deposits and withdrawals the way you want at any time.

Compte sur livret

To facilitate the realisation of your projects, when it comes in addition to the Livret A, the Compte sur livret savings account is the perfect solution! It allows you secure savings, available when you want without limit.

The Compte sur livret savings accountis subject to income tax and social security contributions.

Life insurance

Considered one of the most popular investments by the French, the life insurance contract allows you to build up savings and enhance them over the long term thanks to its many advantages ( personalisation of your contract, favourable taxation, better return on your savings ). Delubac Personal Banking advises you in carrying out your projects so that you can invest with complete peace of mind

Optimise your savings

Personalised contract

Advantageous tax framework

* Some savings products may present risks, including loss of capital. Before subscribing to a savings product, please contact your advisor to find out about the associated risks