SWIFT transfers

SWIFT is a reliable way to transfer funds from account to account, pay for large purchases, services, trainings, treatment and etc. abroad.
The transfer is sent at the branch. To reduce the time spent at the branch, use the button "Apply for sending SWIFT".

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SWIFT transfers

SWIFT is a reliable way to transfer funds from account to account, pay for large purchases, services, trainings, treatment and etc. abroad.
The transfer is sent at the branch. To reduce the time spent at the branch, use the button "Apply for sending SWIFT".

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Large selection of currencies

operated by the system (USD, EUR, PLN, GBP, CHF, CAD, CNY, CZK)

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High reliability
preservation of confidential information
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Widespread popularity
and spread in the world

Purposes of transfers

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Medical services
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Tuition fees
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Other purposes permitted by the NBU
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SWIFT transfers are possible in the following cases:

How to make a SWIFT transfer

01
Step 1

Take the payee's account details for the SWIFT transfer. Requirements for details.

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Step 3

To reduce the time spent in the office, apply via the "Submit a SWIFT application" button or via the "Submit a SWIFT application" form on this page of the site (according to the instructions) and wait for the call to choose a convenient time to visit the branch to complete the transfer.

Or immediately contact the convenient office with the details of the transfer and supporting documents (if necessary, (more about the limits here).

02
Step 2

Open an account in FUIB to send a transfer/payment in the required currency: USD, EUR, PLN, GBP, CHF, CAD, CNY, CZK (if the account is not yet open). The account can be opened in a bank branch or in USD, EUR, PLN, GBP via FUIB Online.​ More details here.

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Step 4

At the branch, check the details in the payment order, sign it and pass it for further processing.

01
Step 1

Take the payee's account details for the SWIFT transfer. Requirements for details.

02
Step 2

Open an account in FUIB to send a transfer/payment in the required currency: USD, EUR, PLN, GBP, CHF, CAD, CNY, CZK (if the account is not yet open). The account can be opened in a bank branch or in USD, EUR, PLN, GBP via FUIB Online.​ More details here.

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Step 3

To reduce the time spent in the office, apply via the "Submit a SWIFT application" button or via the "Submit a SWIFT application" form on this page of the site (according to the instructions) and wait for the call to choose a convenient time to visit the branch to complete the transfer.

Or immediately contact the convenient office with the details of the transfer and supporting documents (if necessary, (more about the limits here).

04
Step 4

At the branch, check the details in the payment order, sign it and pass it for further processing.

Tariffs for sending SWIFT transfer SWIFT

Account currency USD, EUR, PLN, GBP, CHF, CAD, CNY, CZK
Shipping fee 0,5% min. – eq. 10 USD, max. – eq. 500 USD*
Commission for urgent transfer 150 UAH
*The commission of the correspondent bank ( the list of correspondent banks here), in case of its payment by the sender, it is paid additionally in the amount of 70 UAH for payments in USD, CNY; 250 UAH for payments in EUR, PLN currencies; 900 UAH for payments in GBP, CAD, CZK; 1200 UAH for payments in CHF currency.

SWIFT transfer limits

up to 400 000 uah
(equivalent)
on one business day or in the amount for the last 30 calendar days - is carried out WITHOUT the provision of supporting documents.
from 400 000 uah
(equivalent)
carried out with the provision of supporting documents on the origin of funds (more about these documents here), upporting documents about the purpose of the transfer (more about these documents here)  or within the E-limit (more about E-limits here)

Leave a request for SWIFT

Full name
Phone number
TIN
Region
City
Branch
Transfer amount
Currency
Purpose of payment

Check the allowed destination at https://www.pumb.ua/en/info

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