This a set of individual accounts suitable for personal banking and execution of routine transactions. Applicable Scheme codes.
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Competitive interest of up to 0.5% for >10m deposits.
Free monthly e-statements • In-house cheque book available on request
24-hour salary processing
Access to loan facilities
Affordable funds transfer locally and globally.
24-hour banking on our Post Mobile and Post Online platforms and access to all PBU branches countrywide Charges and Opening Balance.
Account Management fee-3,000/=
Over the Counter-3,000/=
Below minimum Balance Penalty-Nil
A valid national identification Number (NIN) as issued by the National Identification Registration Authority (Uganda).
A copy of the document (whether National ID or any record issued by NIRA-U) possessing the NIN must be maintained by the Bank as part of the customer’s account KYC records.
Where the person is a student, for purposes of qualifying for a student account, one must accompany the NIN with any of; a valid copy of his/her institutional ID or an introduction letter from the school/institution or a copy of his/her admission letter.
For each person, obtain a copy of his/her most recent colored passport size photograph. This may be delivered by the client or taken using Bank cameras.
For any Ugandan who intends to use his/her account while in the diaspora, he/she MUST sign an email/telephone indemnity form with the Bank.
In the event that a customer is blind.
He/she must personally introduce a next of kin to the Bank for the case of personal accounts.
A copy of the original and valid identification documents of the next of kin as prescribed in above – Natural Persons, shall be obtained.
Introduction of the next of kin as an agent on the account shall be done following the appropriate procedure.
Completed account opening form.