Start using KBC Invest

Start using KBC Invest

First steps with KBC Invest on your computer or tablet

What do you need?

  • Your KBC Debit Card and card reader with scan function or
  • Your KBC Sign for Business app

First connection in KBC Invest

Click on sign in in KBC Invest and log in with your bank card and card reader.
Accept KBC Invest rules
Sign for approval with your bank card and card reader or your KBC Sign for Business app
Keep an up-to-date view on your investment portfolio

KBC Invest

Sign in with your 5-digit secret code
Keep an up-to-date view on your investment portfolio

Signing in for the first time in KBC Invest?

Then keep your %%product.bankcard%% and %bank%% card reader 2.0 at hand. You'll need it when you sign up for the very first time on your tablet. After logging in, you will be asked to enter and confirm a five-digit secret code of your choice.

Remember this code. From now on, you can sign in to your tablet without the card reader.

KBC Invest

Sign in with your 5-digit secret code
Keep an up-to-date view on your investment portfolio

Signing in for the first time in KBC Invest?

Then keep your %%product.bankcard%% and %bank%% card reader 2.0 at hand. You'll need it when you sign up for the very first time on your tablet. After logging in, you will be asked to enter and confirm a five-digit secret code of your choice.

Remember this code. From now on, you can sign in to your tablet without the card reader.

You visit this page with your smartphone. You can only get started with KBC Invest on your computer or tablet (both iOS and Android).

What's new in KBC Invest?

We continue to expand and improve KBC Invest%. Wondering what has changed recently and what you can expect soon?

Contact us with KBC Mobile

Call or e-mail your bank branch in KBC Mobile. Lost your bank card? Contact Card Stop using the app.

How do I get my PIN?

How do I get my PIN?

Frozen accounts

Accounts sometimes need to be frozen, but can be unlocked again. Learn more about frozen accounts.

What's the difference between your debit card and your credit card?

Credit cards are not like debit cards. They work differently and provide different benefits. Let us explain.