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Every company needs a good bank account. With a KBC Business Account, companies can control their finances, anytime, anywhere.
When companies open a bank account, they usually get their new bank account number instantly. Otherwise, KBC will inform them as soon the new bank account is ready. No manual follow-up required.
Business advice centres help new companies to meet all the official criteria. One of those criteria is a company account. Business advice centres therefore offer a new KBC Business Account as part of a single, online, end-to-end flow for setting up a new company. In other words, they make the process of starting a company far quicker and easier for their clients.
The KBC website also offers further details on the KBC Business Account.
Business service providers, such as:
A business service provider uses 3 APIs to offer a KBC Business Account to its clients. KBC supplies the first 2 APIs. After that, the business service provider needs to build the third API.
Firstly, one API retrieves the new bank account information and shows this info to the client.
A second API then starts the process that allows the client to open the new bank account in the online KBC environment.
Thirdly, KBC returns the newly created bank account number to the last API. This API makes sure that the client goes back to the online flow in the business service provider’s environment. The business service provider therefore needs to develop this API itself.
The selected partner signs a Partnership Agreement. This agreement describes the partnership's scope and operating model. Our FAQ section offers further details on the Partnership Agreement.
The partner can decide exactly where it wants to offer the KBC Business Account online. As the business service providers do not engage in the resale of banking products in any way, they comply with the Belgian Willems Act.
Start the sales process of the business account and provide the actual account information to external parties.