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General Banking Conditions for legal entities
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Services provided to legal entities
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Conditions of payments / transfers to / from abroad (international transfers) except money remittances

Accounts and transactions

Accounts and transactions


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Settlement and cash operations include:

  • Registration of accounts in different currencies;
  • Registration of cash means in accounts;
  • Operations of currency conversion;
  • Operations with payment documents;
  • International transfers of cash means;
  • Receiving of bank accounts statements;
  • Information service regarding the executed transactions;
  • Help in searching the sums which had not been registered in the customer account;
  • Cash issue from account for different purposes;
  • Courier services DHL, TNT, UPS;
  • Services of consultation.

Necessary documents:

  • Application form for opening an account (available in bank branches);
  • A signature card with the imprint of the official stamp;
  • The document certifying the state registration;
  • Extract from the State Register of Legal Entities / State Register of Individual Entrepreneurs, issued by the Public Services Agency;
  • Extract from the State Register of Legal Entities issued by the Ministry of Justice;
  • License regarding the practice of professional activity licensed or authorized, regulated by the specialized legislation;
  • Acts of incorporation (Contract, Regulation, Statute, etc.) with subsequent amendments and completions;
  • Act of identity of the person who submits the documents for opening the account;
  • Notarial authenticated act or copy of legalized notarial act, which confirms the person's authority to present the documents for opening the account (if the documents are presented by the person empowered);
  • Other documents at the request of the Bank.