IBAN is an international bank account number. It has the same structure in all Slovak banks which consists of 24 characters:
|SK||2 characters for country code|
|nn||2 control characters|
|nnnn||4 characters for bank code|
|nnnnnnnnnnn||16 characters for the prefix and number of client’s account|
Most frequently asked questions:
Why does this change happen?
The aim is to unify the conditions for sending money via banks in Europe (SEPA countries). The temporary period ends on 1 February 2016.
How will entering of payments in Internet bankingTBchange?
Internet bankingTB will allow the clients enter SEPA payments without any changes, in compliance with the rules valid as of 1 February 2016.
What happens with my standing orders?
The already existing standing orders, collections or templates of frequently repeated payments will not have to be changed.
What changes can I expect at a branch?
The updated forms will be available at branches and our employees will gladly advise and help you complete them.