Advantages of eBanking
A broad range of functions
We offer an array of eBanking functions to ensure that you have all the information you need about your account, your positions and your transactions right at your fingertips. You can easily move money thanks to our quick and convenient payment interface. You can also view and download all of your banking documents whenever you need to.
As an alternative to text-message authentication, you can use the Piguet Galland app to authenticate your login with a highly secure code. We have incorporated numerous security measures into our eBanking platform in order to protect your account and ensure that your data remains confidential.
You can easily get in touch with your advisor whenever you wish using the platform’s confidential and secure service for sending and receiving messages and documents. This service is protected by the same security measures as the rest of our eBanking platform.
Our security tips
Our eBanking platform is a protected environment. But it is important to make sure that your computer or tablet is fully secure as well. That’s why we recommend that you install a firewall and other security systems.
We would advise you to regularly update your internet browser and anti-virus software to ensure you are using the latest version.
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