ING is these days kicking out all old savings accounts. Among those, the infamous: Rente, Plus and Sterrekening. These were the first savings accounts of the Former RijksPostSpaarbank that merged with the Postal Giro services (PCGD). The accounts were linked to the giro-account and worked as the savings account with the same number. And the names of those accounts was symbolic of course:
creating a acrostichon for RPS, so that the name RPS would live a long time after the merger.
Until this year that is, because the technology of the 20th century is not just that flexible in the 21th.