CSOB (former OTP Banka) (Slovakia)

OTP Bank Slovensko entered the Slovak financial market in April 2002. Since then, 99.26% of the bank's shares are owned by the Hungarian banking giant OTP Bank Nyrt.

The bank is positioned as a universal financial institution for all types of customers with a wide selection of banking services.

OTP Banka Slovensko has a quite developed network of affiliates (more than 50), and the central office is located in the capital of Slovakia - Bratislava.

The Bank builds relationships with customers based on mutual trust and maintaining a high level of confidentiality.

In 2021, the bank merged with the large CSOB bank and ceased to exist under the old name - OTP Bank.


The cost of opening of the account (bank tariff)

For individuals and legal entities - free.


Internet banking connection:

- for individuals - free of charge;

- for legal entities - 5 EUR.


Issuance Digipass - 15 EUR.

Representative offices 

The bank does not have a representative office in other countries.

Management of the account

Internet banking, digipass.

Bank’s tariffs

Account maintenance for individuals and legal entities - up to 21,5 EUR/month (depending on the type of account and package of services).


Outgoing payments in EUR - 1% (min 15 EUR, max 50 EUR).

Urgent payments - 50 EUR.


For more information on tariffs, see here.

Terms of opening the account 

The procedure of opening the account consists of two stages: the preliminary stage and opening of the account.

The preliminary stage includes the process of collecting and filing your documents which are required for opening an account. The terms of preliminary stage depends wholly on client. After providing the necessary documents, scans are sent for preliminary coordination with the bank for the possibility of opening an account. After obtaining preliminary consent from the bank, a meeting is agreed at the bank office for identification and signing of bank forms.

After identification of all interested persons of the account (shareholder and beneficiary), provision of all documents under apostille which are additionally translated into the Slovak language and signing of bank forms, the process of reviewing documents by the bank and making a decision on opening an account starts and usually it takes 15-20 working since the meeting.

OTP Bank follows KYC policy and reserves the right to require additional documents what may lead to account opening term exceeding, as well as refusing of account opening without reasons explanation.


Russian/English speaking.

Credit/debit cards

Maestro, Mastercard.

Other bank’s products

Deposits, loans (including mortgages), factoring, insurance, financing, securities, brokerage services.

Documents for opening an account

Forms for signing are provided at the bank office during the identification of all interested parties (shareholder and director).


Documents for the company - it is necessary to provide the originals of all statutory documents under the apostille. If more than 1 year has passed since the registration of the company, Certificate of Good Standing under the apostille and Certificate of Incumbency under the apostille (no more than 6 months old) are required.

In addition, it is necessary to provide:

- a detailed description of the company’s activities (in English) with the partners, their sites and the planned movement of the account certificate of registration of a legal entity;

- If the company has been operating for more than a year, it is necessary to provide the latest financial statements in English;

- account statement for the last 12 months if the company has already conducted activities in another bank;

- describe the reason for the need to open an account in Slovakia (partners, activities in the territory of Slovakia, office).


Documents for the account holder:

- original of national passport;

- original of foreign passport (in case of its presence);

- curriculum vitae;

- original of bank reference;

- utility bill (for gas, electricity) from the place of residence no older than 3 months (to prove the place of residence).


Documents for the beneficiary:

 - original of national passport;

- original of foreign passport (in case of its presence);

- curriculum vitae;

- original of bank reference;

- utility bill (for gas, electricity) from the place of residence no older than 3 months (to prove the place of residence).


In the process of opening an account, the bank may require additional documents.


All provided documents must be under apostille, officially translated into Slovak language. The documents must be translated by Slovak translator. All originals of company’s documents remain with the bank and are not returned to the client.

The procedure of opening an account

To begin the procedure, it is necessary to prepare a complete package of documents without translation for sending scan copies to the bank for preliminary review. The client should visit the Campio Group office to fill in a questionnaire and provide original documents. After agreeing with the bank and receiving a preliminary answer, the date and time of identification of the client (shareholder and director) at the bank’s office is agreed upon, during which it is necessary to have all the original documents under apostille and translated into Slovak language.  After signing the bank forms and checking all the documents, the bank considers the documents for opening an account. Once an account is opened the Bank issues keys for managing the account.

Bank site

For further consultation concerning the terms of account opening in OTP bank (Slovakia) please contact our office. We will respond to any questions you may have and will help you open an account in Slovak OTP bank or any other bank out of 70 foreign banks you may choose from.

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