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Old 28.04.2021, 22:12
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Re: PostFinance upping their fees

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What? Do you pay if you are below that or if you are above that?
sorry, I fixed my message to be more clear.

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just got a message from UBS about new "deposit charges"

Pay if above 250k chf and same threshold for eur.
It was announced since January that sometime in the summer they would apply negative rates for deposits above 250k. Previously the threshold was at CHF 2M or 500k. Apparently the new threshold will affect about 5% of their customers.

I had a discussion the other day with someone who works as a financial advisor at UBS, I was told that the biggest % of that 5%, will either split the amount in different banks or they will persuade them to invest through them. Win for UBS
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Old 29.04.2021, 08:02
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Re: PostFinance upping their fees

probably it is matter of time when 250k becomes 100k and so on

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It was announced since January that sometime in the summer they would apply negative rates for deposits above 250k. Previously the threshold was at CHF 2M or 500k. Apparently the new threshold will affect about 5% of their customers.

I had a discussion the other day with someone who works as a financial advisor at UBS, I was told that the biggest % of that 5%, will either split the amount in different banks or they will persuade them to invest through them. Win for UBS
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