Foreign currency payments ordered by the bank’s customers are executed by the bank on the day of their receipt and approval, with the currency date according to the terms and conditions agreed upon in the agreements entered into with the respective corresponding banks.
Payments are made within the limit of the amount available in the payer’s current account indicated in the foreign currency payment order, in full compliance with the currency regulations of the state and other banking normative acts.
Normally, foreign currency payments are made by the bank upon the submission by payer of supporting documents stating the need for the payment, which also specify the amount of the payment.
Payments can be made in any foreign currency with which the bank operates and transferred via the SWIFT international payments system practically in any country around the world.
The payments received for the bank’s customers are registered in their accounts the day the funds enter the bank’s corresponding accounts, without any commission.