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Banking in Argentina

Commonly, banks are open from 1000 till 1600. Banks are closed on Saturday and Sunday. There are twenty-four hour cash-points. Internet banking in Argentina is also gaining in popularity and use.

Although the criteria for opening a bank account varies from bank to bank in Argentina, what follows is a general list of what you may need. For more details, contact one of the many Argentinean banks listed in our directories. A document of identification and one copy of it.

Proof of residency in Argentina, for instance a gas bill.

The initial deposit. To create an account in Argentinean Pesos, you will have to deposit a minimum of 10 Pesos. For a dollar account, the opening deposit is $500.

Annual maintenance costs of the account are ARS$6 for a peso account, and US$ 2 for a dollar account.

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