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Please note that all share prices, news and other market and stock exchange information provided on your Sparkasse's website is shown with a delay of at least 15 minutes unless stated otherwise.
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Sparkasse Hanau is in possession of all of the requisite approvals for the use of the prospectuses for all of the securities it offers in accordance with Article 3, Section 3 of the German Securities Prospectus Act (WpPG), which are used in accordance with the conditions that govern said approvals.
Instructions (e.g. concerning sending money, security orders, card cancellations, direct debit payments) provided by you are only legally binding if provided through our online banking system, by telephone or other conventional means, but not by email. This does not apply to the cancellation of a contract if the prevailing legal regulations or your Sparkasse's contract forms specify that it can also be cancelled in written form (e.g. email).
We do not accept any responsibility concerning the confidentiality of any information provided by email outside the Sparkasse web pages labelled secure.
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This website contains detailed information and explanations of how to register for an account online. There are up to three different registration methods. Depending on the product, please select whether you would like to use PIN/TAN, e-mail or print your application. You will then be provided with the relevant information on the relevant method.
This method is only available to customers who have already registered for online banking. When selecting this method, you will first be taken to the online banking homepage. Next, you will be asked to log into online banking with your user name and PIN. You will then be asked to complete the corresponding online registration form. Once you have clicked Submit, you will be shown the form again to check your details, after which you will be asked to enter the requested TAN to confirm your request.
This method also involves completing the relevant online registration form. You will be shown all of your data again before submitting it and then asked to send the e-mail to your Sparkasse.
This method also involves first completing the relevant online registration form. Once completed, you will be shown the form again to check your details, and then asked to print the form and send it to your Sparkasse by post or fax.
Your registration will be complete once you receive a confirmation letter from your Sparkasse. This does not apply if there are other forms that require your personal signature.
The information you provide on registration forms will be checked for completeness and errors and displayed again for review before submission.
All of the application data will be securely transmitted. Your Sparkasse uses a SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) protocol based data transmission procedure. The SSL protocol is used to encrypt all of the data transmitted between your browser and Sparkasse's server. This protects this data from access by unauthorised third parties.
Your Sparkasse will store your application data in an electronic format and send you a copy of the contracts by post. Please note that you can always request to view the data stored on you.
All of our application documents are available in German only.
Savings banks are not operated in order to generate high levels of profits. This means that they are not generally exposed to any significant risks. However, this does not mean that are immune to financial problems. For this reason, the Savings Banks Finance Group implemented an institutional protection scheme which has been recognised as a statutory deposit guarantee scheme under the German Deposit Guarantee Scheme Act (“EinSiG”) on 3 July 2015.
The scheme comprises 13 protection systems:
None of the Sparkassen Finance Group's members have ever experienced an impairment in their services since the saving protection scheme was set up in the 1970-ties nor have any Sparkassen Finance Group customers ever lost any of their savings or interest.
The German Deposit Guarantee Scheme Act (“EinSiG”) came into effect on 3 July 2015 and implements the corresponding EU Directive. The Sparkassen Finance Group revised its savings protection scheme to comply with these statutory provisions. As a result, its savings protection scheme has now been recognised as a statutory deposit guarantee scheme under the German Deposit Guarantee Scheme Act (“EinSiG”).
The protection scheme's main objective is to safeguard the Group's institutions themselves and protect them in the event of risk or actual financial difficulty. This is intended to safeguard all deposits and offer ongoing and comprehensive protection to customers.
The Sparkassen Finance Group's institutional protection scheme has been recognised as a statutory deposit guarantee scheme under the German Deposit Guarantee Scheme Act (“EinSiG”). In the extremely unlikely event that the institutional protection scheme should fail, all of our customers are guaranteed to be refunded deposits of up to 100,000 Euro in line with the provisions of the German Deposit Guarantee Scheme Act.