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MarketLink investment account

Savings and investments MarketLink

Enjoy the benefits of a bank account while putting away money for a rainy day.

Some of the benefits

Flexibility

Use your MarketLink account like a full transactional account

Security

Draw from your emergency funds whenever the need arises

Interest boost

Get a bump up in interest rate when your balance reaches R 20 000

Linked account

Link your card to existing accounts, debit, cheque or credit cards
MarketLink interest rates

View interest earned per account balance band

What you get
  • An account that can be linked to any card you have
  • Interest can be transferred to any other account
  • Unlimited deposits and withdrawals
  • 2 free ATM cash deposits per month
  • 1 free inter-account transfer in-app, online, at ATMs or your phone
  • Interest rate based on your account balance
  • Interest calculated daily and paid out monthly
  • Capital is guaranteed

See MarketLink T&Cs
See general T&Cs

What it costs
  • No monthly fees
  • R 50 minimum balance

See 2019 pricing guide
See 2018 pricing guide

How to get it

What you’ll need

  • ID copy (or passport if not an SA citizen)*
  • Proof of residence not older than 3 months

*If you’re a minor, you’ll need the consent of your parent or guardian

  • What you get
  • What it costs
  • How to get it
  • An account that can be linked to any card you have
  • Interest can be transferred to any other account
  • Unlimited deposits and withdrawals
  • 2 free ATM cash deposits per month
  • 1 free inter-account transfer in-app, online, at ATMs or your phone
  • Interest rate based on your account balance
  • Interest calculated daily and paid out monthly
  • Capital is guaranteed

See MarketLink T&Cs
See general T&Cs

  • No monthly fees
  • R 50 minimum balance

See 2019 pricing guide
See 2018 pricing guide

What you’ll need

  • ID copy (or passport if not an SA citizen)*
  • Proof of residence not older than 3 months

*If you’re a minor, you’ll need the consent of your parent or guardian

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