Euro payments were launched in the European Union countries and in the countries of the European Economic Area; it refers to cross-border payments in euros to the tune of EUR 50,000.
The bank carries out foreign exchange business within the currencies included in the bank’s exchange rate quotations list and using the exchange rate published on the publicly available premises of the branch; based on this, it carries out the purchase, sale, and conversion of cash in foreign currency.
The bank does not purchase foreign currencies not included in the bank’s exchange rate quotations list; the bank does not purchase and sell damaged notes, save for domestic currency.
At its own discretion, the bank can purchase coins in currencies included in the exchange rate quotations list to a limited extent for its own needs.
exchanges of nominal values of cash within one currency;