Bringing banking back to business
Since the financial crisis, the face of banking has changed significantly, with a flurry of new digital entrants arriving. In 2016, the Isle of Man Government introduced the Alternative Banking Regime, making it possible for businesses to apply for a banking licence. This presented us with the opportunity to bring a digital solution to the international corporate sector.
Common sense decision-making
here in the Isle of Man
We know how frustrating it can be to spend weeks on an account application which ultimately might result in rejection, particularly if the bank has failed to understand your business model or your jurisdiction’s value. We have operated internationally from the Isle of Man for over 25 years and have a deep understanding of the key sectors in the offshore space. We offer quick and pragmatic decision-making, so you can use your time to build your business and your wealth.
Available in 19 currencies, Capital International Bank will offer current and notice accounts, FX and payments with lending to follow in 2022.
Awarded a provisional class 1 (2)
In August 2019, Capital International Bank was awarded a provisional class 1 (2) banking licence, the first of its kind to be issued on the Isle of Man under the Alternative Banking Regime.Read more
As the Isle of Man’s first ever digital-only proposition, Capital International Bank will breathe new life into corporate banking following a decade-long drought. A small selection of clients from Capital Treasury Services Limited will be offered accounts during the first quarter of 2021, before opening the virtual doors to new business in the first half of the year all being well.