If you opt for a floating rate based on 3-month Euribor for your mortgage, you can find below the level of these rates on the first working day of each term.
Current rate *
The Euribor rate is the European money-market rate and is equal to the arithmetic average of interest rates offered on the European banking market for a specific period (between one week and 12 months). It is published by the European Central Bank based on prices supplied daily by 64 European banks. If your choose a floating rate based on 3-month Euribor for your mortgage, your interest rate will consist of the 3-month Euribor rate* plus a margin set on a case-by-case basis for each borrower. The Euribor rate applied will be that at the start of the ongoing quarter.
For more information, please contact your advisor.
*If the reference rate is negative, the Bank uses a rate of 0% to calculate the interest rate applicable to the loan.