Local transfer means a transfer of funds from an account in Medicinos Bankas to the recipient’s account in Medicinos Bankas or in SEPA area any other bank. Funds can be transferred in euro or foreign currency.
Payment order in euro shall be performed on the same banking day:
- When accounts of the payer and the payee are located in Medicinos Bankas;
- When account of the payee is located in SEPA area other bank, when ordinary payment order is submitted in the bank before 3:30 PM, through electronic channels before 4:00 PM.
Funds received under a payment order shall be charged to the payee’s account on the same banking day from the Payment Account according to the Unique Identifier specified in the Payment Order received by the Bank – the Account number of the Customer assigned to by the Bank according to the standard of the international bank account numbers, (i.e. IBAN).
The Bank, crediting the funds to and debiting them from the Payment Account according to the Unique Identifier specified in the Payment Order received by the Bank, shall not check whether such Unique Identifier corresponds to the Account holder’s forename and surname / name, therefore every time please make sure that the target receiver’s account number is correct.
Payment order in foreign currency to the receiver‘s account with another bank in SEPA area, carried out the same banking day if payment is submitted in:
USD - until 2:00 PM,
other currencies – until 12:00 noon.
Payment document received after indicated hours, is carried out the other banking day.
Funds in a foreign currency shall be charged to a payee’s account in the bank not later than next bank business day after the funds are charged into correspondent account of the bank.
How Local Transfer Can Be Made?
To make a local transfer, you must have your ID document. The transfer can be made by arriving to the nearest client servicing divisions, branch or the Internet banking system. You can fill your request/ application in advance.