Bancolombia Interest Rates

Bancolombia Overview

Bancolombia Interest RatesBancolombia is the largest bank in Colombia with 796 branches as at June 2012 that was established back in 1945. For its retail banking customers it offers investment options including CDT or certificate of deposit rates as well as investment funds.You can contact them b... read more

Bancolombia Discussion

  • Q: I would interested in learning more about private banking.

    Reply James from Colombia
  • Q: I am trying to activate my bancolombia account. It is active so I want to use the app on my cell phone. Can you help?

    Reply Andrew from United States

Bancolombia Discussion Activity

  • Bancolombia 1 Year Certificate Of Deposit - Deposits
    Q: The certificado son de us dollar o dinero de Columbia

    Reply Michael P from Philadelphia, United States
  • Bancolombia 6 Month Certificate Of Deposit - Deposits
    Q: If I open a 6 month CD, and have to withdraw the funds before 6 months can that be done and if so what, if any, is the penalty for early withdrawel?

    Reply Lee from Brooklyn, United States
  • Bancolombia 3 Month Certificate Of Deposit - Deposits
    Q: What is the minimum amount to open a CD with your bank?

    Reply Matt from Savannah, United States
  • Bancolombia 1 Year Certificate Of Deposit - Deposits
    Q: I was in one of your Medellin branches last week.with a friend who has an account with you. We sat down with a young girl, who helped us, and i had asked about opening an account in your bank , I am not Colombian but a US citizen, When i asked about Interest rates on "CD'S" she was lost, and did not know what a CD was, and when i asked about interest rates on deposits again she did not have an answer, At the time you were 5.85% as per your web site, but it seems like she was not interested in american business?? My question is - as a foreigner can i open an account in your bank ? can i transfer money from my US bank to it? Can I but CD'S ? I see the rate has gone up to 8.23%?? is this correct? I would be interested in 1 year CD'S . Thank you in advance. My Spanish is horrible so I would need a English speaking banker. regards Howard

    Reply Howard from Titusville, United States
    • R: Hi Howard, I was wondering if you had received the answer this question, which was 2 years ago? I was thinking about buying a CD (or CDT as they are called in this bank) as well. I think you have to go through a lot of hoops to open an account as an American, I have a friend who is willing to open one CD account for me, but put me as beneficiary.

      Reply Ken.