From January 1, 2013, in accordance with the Decision of the Administrative Council of the National Bank of Moldova no. 141 dated 21.06.2012, in the bank details of all incoming and outgoing international money transfers, the current account and card account in foreign currency must be replaced with the IBAN code. (International Bank Account Number).
In order to avoid the risk of delay of international payments, please inform your foreign partners before January 1, 2013 about the introduction of IBAN codes.
If your current account or your card account will be indicated after 01.01.2013 when making international transfers, the Bank will have to return the funds to the sender within 5 working days.
The IBAN code can be obtained in the branches of JSCB "EXIMBANK-Gruppo Veneto Banca".
For more information, please, contact the International Settlements Department of the bank: (022) 301191; (022) 301193.
The IBAN code is a part of the automated processing of transfers mentioned above, and is a string of characters that uniquely identifies, at international level, a customer's account at a financial institution through recognition by any banking system that operates in SWIFT network.