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Thanks to you, BGL BNP Paribas will cover the housing costs of clients facing financial hardship(*)

The coronavirus crisis affects us all. For some people, the crisis has caused major financial hardship. With this is mind, we decided to help by launching a solidarity initiative.

Coronavirus in Luxembourg: offer your support

As a socially engaged bank, BGL BNP Paribas has decided to offer help to those facing financial hardship. The money collected in this fund will help support people in financial difficulty due to the coronavirus crisis, who are no longer able to cover certain bills or everyday expenses.

Through this solidarity initiative:

  • We’ll cover the housing costs of clients facing financial hardship by helping cover their monthly mortgage repayments.
  • Some of the proceeds of this fund will go towards Caritas Luxembourg as part of their CORONA-HELPLINE initiative in order to help people with housing difficulties.

Want to get involved? Simply make purchases using your BGL BNP Paribas payment solutions. Every time you make a payment, BGL BNP Paribas will contribute EUR 0.10 to a special coronavirus fund.

Which credit cards are included in the initiative?

To participate, you can use the following BGL BNP Paribas credit cards::

You can also get involved by making mobile payments:

What types of payments are eligible for this initiative? ?

Wether made in-store or online, all payments made using the BGL BNP Paribas payment methods listed above will be taken into account.

Opt for contactless payment

As the crisis continues, opt for contactless payments. All of our payment cards are contactless. For purchases of less than EUR 50, no PIN code is required (up to a maximum total amount of EUR 100 per day).

Good to know: this cap does not apply for payments made with Apple Pay!

Let’s step up to help those in need

This solidarity initiative set up by our Luxembourg bank is unprecedented. It is the latest in a range of measures taken to support those is need since the start of the coronavirus health crisis 

As a local and socially engaged bank, BGL BNP Paribas has:

  • rallied support from a number of its employees for public interest initiatives;
  • encouraged donations to charities in the healthcare sector;
  • donated thousands of protective masks to the Ministry of Health;
  • expedited payment to its suppliers;
  • enhanced its emergency plan.

* Subject to terms and conditions, see the initiative’s terms and conditions.