UKRSIBBANK clients can receive international transfers from EU and UK clients thanks to the REWIRE app.
UKRSIBBANK BNP Paribas Group provides its clients with the opportunity to quickly and easily at any time without opening foreign currency accounts to receive international cashless transfers to hryvnia cards from the EU or the UK. It is possible thanks to the application of the REWIRE company.
To receive a transfer, you must have an open account in UAH with UKRSIBBANK BNP Paribas Group and provide the sender with the card number for the transfer.
Cashless transfers can be made 24/7 from the REWIRE application remotely, without visiting any bank branch.
The senders of such transfers can be citizens of Ukraine that are living in the UK or EU country. To start using the service and make transfers, the client needs to download the REWIRE application and open an account in euros or pounds (all documents are uploaded in the application, the client does not visit any branch). From this account customers will be able to send a transfer through the REWIRE application to their own UKRSIBBANK card or to the any third party’s UKRSIBBANK card (relatives, friends, etc.).
If you have not yet become a client of the bank, to receive money transfers to Ukraine from Rewire by issuing a NEW Card from UKRSIBBANK BNP Paribas Group using the link or through the UKRSIB online application. Learn more about the benefits of the NEW Card and the terms of transfer on the landing page from UKRSIBBANK.
To learn more about accounts and services, go to the REWIRE page.
Rewire is the first neobank for migrants worldwide. To answer the unique cross-border needs of migrants, Rewire harnesses the power of innovative technology and develops strategic partnerships with leading financial institutions in the migrant’s country of origin and in their new home. From remittance and a European account to advanced financial services such as bill payments, savings and mortgage loans, Rewire is able to provide innovative and accessible financial services tailored for migrants. To learn more, visit www.rewire.com