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Overdraft

Credit formalised under a credit agreement by which the customer (or set of customers in cases of Group Contracts) is authorised to maintain a debit balance up to the contracted credit limit, during the term and according to the conditions negotiated.

Banco BPI | Financing Short-Term Solutions | Overdraft

Banco BPI | Financing Short-Term Solutions | Overdraft

Advantages

  • Flexibility: allows adaptation of the credit amount to the company’s cash flow needs;
  • Simplicity: use through normal transactions in Sight Account;
  • Efficiency: Credit availability adjusts perfectly to the need for funds;
  • Proportionality of charges: payment of interest limited to time and amount of actual use of funds.

Beneficiaries 

Companies and Individual Entrepreneurs with irregular but recurring needs for very short-term loans of varying amounts.

Amount

Case-by-case analysis.

Term

Case-by-case analysis, normally up to one year.
 

For more information, please go to any BPI Branch or Corporate Centre or contact us. 

Observations

This information is provided for advertising purposes and does not constitute a contractual offer; you must read the pre-contractual and contractual information required by law.

Contracting subject to prior approval by the entities involved and subject to the conditions defined according to the risk profile of each operation.

Banco BPI, S.A., Rua Tenente Valadim, 284, Porto, Tied Insurance Intermediary no. 207232431 (registered with the Insurance and Pension Funds Supervision Authority on 31-10-2017 - more details on the registration available at www.asf.com.pt); authorised to carry on insurance business in the Life and Non-Life Branches with the insurers BPI Vida e Pensões - Companhia de Seguros Vida, S.A., Companhia de Seguros Allianz Portugal, S.A. and COSEC - Companhia de Seguro de Créditos, S.A. Banco BPI, S.A. is not authorised to receive premiums or enter into contracts on behalf of COSEC, Allianz or BPI Vida e Pensões and, as an insurance intermediary, assumes no responsibility for the coverage of risks inherent in the insurance contract.