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I've left the EU to live elsewhere. Should I keep my bank account and credit card?

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I was expatriated in the Netherlands for a little under three years, and am now back in my home country (Palestine/Israel). I don't expect to live in the EU again in the near future.

I still have an active Dutch bank account (ABN AMRO) and a credit card associated with it (ICS).

Should I cancel my credit card? Should I close my bank account? If(Or rather, what are the pros and cons of doing so?)

Also, if I do close them, how soon should I do so after I've left?

I was expatriated in the Netherlands for a little under three years, and am now back in my home country (Palestine/Israel). I don't expect to live in the EU again in the near future.

I still have an active Dutch bank account (ABN AMRO) and a credit card associated with it (ICS).

Should I cancel my credit card? Should I close my bank account? If so, how soon after I've left?

I was expatriated in the Netherlands for a little under three years, and am now back in my home country (Palestine/Israel). I don't expect to live in the EU again in the near future.

I still have an active Dutch bank account (ABN AMRO) and a credit card associated with it (ICS).

Should I cancel my credit card? Should I close my bank account? (Or rather, what are the pros and cons of doing so?)

Also, if I do close them, how soon should I do so after I've left?

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