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No more than 3 business days 
It depends on the currency and time of your
bank transfer. Use express or urgent bank transfer
to speed up your payment. 

WHAT ARE MY OPTIONS?

STANDARD

Your bank transfer will be completed no more than three business days after the due date.
In case of a euro payment to EEA countries, it will be executed no more than one business day after the due date. 

EXPRES

Money will be credited to the given account one business days after the due date. 
Due to varying time zones, express transfers are not available in AUD, CNY, and JPY.

URGENT

Money will be transferred to the recipient’s account on the due date. 
Urgent payment processing is available for the following currencies only: 
CZK, DKK, GBP, CHF, EUR, NOK, RUB, SEK, and USD.
 

What else affects the bank transfer period?
  • The currency and exact time of your payment order are crucial. 
  • For an overview of currencies and times, see the Notice on the Payment System (page 9).
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Three types of fees apply to international payments:

BEN – all fees paid by the creditor. The transferred amount shall be decreased by the Bank's fees and, at the same time, may also be decreased by the fees charged by intermediary banks. This type of fee can´t be indicated for EEA payments and for payments in a currency not specified in the Notice on the Payment System.

SHA – the debtor pays the fees of the debtor´s bank, the creditor pays the fees of the creditor´s bank, at the same time, the creditor´s bank and/or intermediary banks may charge the creditor with a fee set forth by these banks, or the transferred amount may be reduced by the amount of the aforesaid fees. This type is mandatory for payments to EEA countries.

OUR – all fees paid by the debtor. The Bank can´t guarantee that the creditor´s bank and/or intermediary banks shall respect the “OUR” charge code. This type of fee can´t be indicated for EEA payments.


Updated: 07. 01. 2020

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