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Tatra banka

6.12.2016 13:09

EU regulated payments

If a payment meets the criteria of a EU regulated payment,
you only bear the charges of your own bank. At the same time, the
beneficiary should not be debited foreign bank charges.

Transfer

Transfer

EU regulated payments  is a transfer to or from the countries of the EU and the EEA that meets the specified criteria, i.e.:

  • currency must be EUR
  • beneficiary's account is in IBAN form
  • specified BIC (SWIFT) code of beneficiary's bank
  • foreign bank charges are borne by the beneficiary (SHA)
Payment order

Payment order

Payment order execution requires submitting the following:

Obligatory data:

  • payer's account No.
  • payer's bank code (Tatra banka: 1100)
  • beneficiary's account number stated as IBAN
  • beneficiary's name and address
  • beneficiary's bank BIC (SWIFT) code (Tatra banka: TATRSKBX)
  • payment order amount
  • payment order currency (EUR)
  • payment instruction
  • maturity date
  • place and date of payment order execution
  • payer's signature
  • payment title (if the amount exceeds 50 000 eur)

Optional data:

  • payment title (000 - Payments in EUR up to EUR 50,000 to the countries of the EU and the EEA, if the payment does not exceed amount 50 000 eur included) 
  • additional data/payment purpose
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Payment currencies

Payment currencies

Exchange rates applied for transfers with conversion in the volume up to EUR 30,000 (or its equivalent in foreign currency):

  • exchange rate according to the valid exchange rate table (foreign currency buy, foreign currency sell, or cross rate, i.e. exchange rates ratio)
  • individual exchange rate - can be arranged with Treasury Division based on an agreement on spot transactions or by using i:deal service

Exchange rates applied for transfers with conversion in the volume exceeding EUR 30,000 (or its equivalent in foreign currency):

  • exchange rate valid for the following business day (foreign currency buy, foreign currency sell, or cross rate, i.e. exchange rates ratio)
  • individual exchange rate - can be arranged with Treasury Division based on an agreement on spot transactions or by using i:deal service
Payment order submission

Payment order submission

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The payment order can be submitted:

Please, remember to check the time periods applicable to you in order to have the payment orders executed in your required time