Senior Programme

“Senior Programme” is a “Swedbank” programme developed for senior clients and aimed at assisting them in everyday simple and secure finance management.

Having joined the “Senior Programme” you will be able to:

  • use the Service Plan “Convenient” for participants of the “Senior Programme” without a monthly fee;
  • obtain a “Senior Card” together with insurance against robbery;
  • receive a 0.05% bonus of the term deposit interest rates to the standard interest rate valid at the moment of signature of the deposit agreement.

Participation in the “Senior Programme” costs EUR 0.7 per month. All fees of the “Senior Programme” are available here here.

Service Plan “Convenient” for participants of the “Senior Programme”

Standard fees
as of 01/01/2017
Service Plan “Convenient” for participants of the “Senior Programme”
Monthly fee

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Monthly fee for participation in the “Senior Programme” - EUR 0.7
Minimum daily services fee, which includes opening, operating and closing of an account and administration of EUR-denominated funds transferred to the accounts* EUR 0.70/month per one account covers all your accounts with the Bank
“Senior Card” EUR 0,29/month
Cash withdrawal at ATMs of Swedbank EUR 580/month free of charge EUR 580/month free of charge
Code card for Internet Bank login
Money transfers in euros in the Internet Bank EUR 0,23/per transfer within “Swedbank”;
EUR 0.41/ per transfer to other banks in Lithuania and European payments
unlimited
Minor payments of up to EUR 30 (in euros) performed with the smart application or through the mobile Internet Bank EUR 0,07/per transfer within “Swedbank”;
EUR 0.41/ per transfer to other banks in Lithuania
unlimited
Giro payments in the Internet Bank EUR 0,23/per transfer unlimited

* Administration of EUR-denominated funds transferred to your accounts cover: administration of EUR-denominated funds transferred to your accounts within “Swedbank”, AB, administration of EUR-denominated funds transferred to your accounts from banks of the “Swedbank” group and from other banks registered in Lithuania, and administration of funds transferred to the accounts under European payments. European payments are money transfers in euros to EU Member States, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway and Switzerland, shared payments (SHA) where the indicated details are the beneficiary’s bank SWIFT (BIC) code, and the beneficiary’s account in IBAN format.

All fees of the “Senior Programme” are available here.