Features & Benefits

  • Flexibility to transact in any of the 4 major foreign currencies: AUD, EUR, GBP and USD
  • Choose to withdraw your money in local or foreign currency units at any of our branches except the Mall, Rimba and Panaga
  • Enjoy the convenience of tracking your transactions and account balance through BIBD online
  • Enjoy the foreign currencies and remittances facilities

Shariah Concept

    Wakalah

    The Depositor ("Muwakkil") enters into a Wakalah Agreement with the Bank ("Wakil") and deposits a certain amount of money to the Bank to be utilized and invested in profitable Shariah-compliant transactions. The Depositor will be offered the expected profit rate from the Investments and the Bank will earn a Wakalah fee for the service rendered. Any amount that the Bank earns in excess of the Depositor's expected profit (after deducting the Wakalah fee) will be retained by the Bank as incentive. Learn more »

Eligibility

  • Brunei Citizens and Permanent Residents
  • Foreign citizen with valid working permit
  • Individuals aged 18 and above

Required Documents

  • Original identity card or passport
  • Original birth certificate (for dependent account)

Fees and Requirements

  • Minimum opening deposit of 500 currency units in the specified foreign currency (FCY) is required; except for Australian Dollar, the minimum is AUD 1000.00
  • Cash Notes

    1% of the value of cash note, with minimum fee of FCY 10.00

  • Administration Fee

    For transactions up to BND 100,000.00, the admin fee is 0.1% commission in lieu of exchange, minimum of BND 12.00
    For transactions exceeding BND 100,000.00, the admin fee is 0.03125% commission in lieu of exchange, minimum of BND 80.00

Remittance charges apply for Demand Draft and Telegraphic Transfer.

For more details, please refer to the Bank's Schedule of Tariffs or the list of applicable rates for this product.

"Depositors of Bank Islam Brunei Darussalam are guaranteed protection up to maximum BND 50,000.00 per depositor under the Deposit Protection Order 2010."

Please read this Product Disclosure Sheet before you decide to take the Foreign Currency Savings Account. Be sure also to read the General Terms and Conditions.

Click to view Wakalah Terms & Conditions in English and Malay.