Bank eGuide - Information on Banking Worldwide

Banking is the way the world communicates, forms relationships and progresses. Both personal and business finances are essential, and the concept of banking has existed and developed, through different forms, since the beginning of time.


No matter where you come from, banking will play some role in  your life. Even in small and remote communities, that are self-sufficient and rely on other forms of product and service exchange, they still exist in a larger community, and a global economy.

Even governments bank, and so do monarchies. Kings and queens save, store and spend money, the same way a person does, who only has a few dollars to their name. Banking effects everyone, and it revolves around the basic principal that we need relationships, and the ability to exchange goods and services to survive and lead productive and healthy life.

Although the basic concept still stays the same, the methods and strategies we use to bank have changed over time, and with technological advancements, banking is set to change even further. Banking technology is not just restricted to the use of credit cards and telephone banking. The way society uses technology as a whole, affects the way we bank.

Travelling is becoming more accessible and affordable. This mean people are doing business, working and studying in different countries. This expands the need for international currency exchanges, real-time transactions, and a diverse and secure way to make a variety of international purchases.

Turbulent economic times further increases the need for banks, and different banking services. Customers want to know that their finances are secure, and can support them through different life events. They want to know that they can purchase a home, pay for their child’s education, save for a holiday, and invest in sensible ways, that bring reliable returns.

Banking also helps business. Banking funds venture projects, supports business growth, and also assists in smooth and convenient transactions between suppliers and consumers. Consumer banking is also essential, as they want to make purchases that are secure and reliable. They now want to bank on their mobile phone, make international transactions, and feel safe making purchases on the Internet.

When you bank, you also need to shop around. Banks provide consumer products themselves, with many variables including interest rates, fees, conditions, and special services that aim to suit individual needs. Banking can be expensive, and each product and institution has pros and cons. There are now many services, especially on the Internet, that help you compare and select the right bank, and the right products for you.

The right choice is important with credit cards and home loans. Many of these products have low interest rates, but are restrictive in their limitations. Others will have higher liabilities, but they could support a flexible and convenient lifestyle. Many banking products come with extra benefits and services, such as insurance, especially for international purchases.

Banking is as complex as the world itself, and our website takes you on a journey of the world, so you can learn about the many currencies, banking institutions, and benefits of a global economy.


Banking updates

Every day our team at Bank eGuide researches and updates. The latest banking updates are listed below:

Foreign Investment

Investment How To

Investor’s Investment

Student Banking

Investment Capital

Private Banking

What to Invest In

Capital Investment

Online Banking

Direct Investment

Offshore Banking

Mobile banking


Where you invest

How to invest

Fixed Deposit Accounts & Certificate


Debit & Check Cards

Bill Payment Services

Bank Accounts

Bank or Mortgage broker

Banks and Home Loans

Getting a bank to say Yes!

How your bank can help you buy your first home

Australian Banks; the best in the world

Central Banks

US Federal Reserve System

Bank of England

Reserve Bank of Australia

Reserve Bank of New Zealand

European Reserve Bank

Bank of Japan

Commonwealth Bank

NAB branches

Westpac branches

ANZ branches