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Banks will no longer require a customer’s signature on a receipt if the amount of foreign exchange transactions will be less than 150 thousand hryvnias.
The national Bank of Ukraine has simplified the conduct of banks and other financial institutions of transactions in currency exchange. This reports the press service of the NBU on Tuesday, June 12.
“They (banks – ed.) will be issued to customers foreign exchange operations-only one document – a document that is printed by the Registrar of payment transactions (PPO). Accordingly, they will not give clients a receipt on the implementation of foreign exchange transactions. While banks and financial institutions will not require the customer’s signature on a check or document PPO, if the amount of foreign exchange transactions will be less than 150 thousand hryvnias”, – is spoken in the message.
Until now, banks had to issue two paper copies of receipts on foreign exchange operations – one for client, one for storage in the Bank.
“Secondly, the national Bank provides banks and financial institutions to conduct currency exchange transactions via payment devices… third, In connection with the development of electronic document management and to promote a paperless environment banks and financial institutions will be able to obtain documentation from foreign exchange transactions in electronic form,” – said the NBU.
Changes approved by the NBU Board resolution.
Earlier it was reported that Ukraine has changed the rules of the foreign remittances. Changes made to create the opportunity for the application of paperless technologies in the financial services market and to expand the circle of participants in this market, at the box office which may be issued transfer from abroad.
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