If you need the SWIFT number or a bank account number for kantor.pl at one of the above banks, click on the link provided. A SWIFT code is used for international transactions. The SWIFT code is made up of a series of eight digits and letters and enables to identify the financial institution to which an international transfer is sent. It is a common practice in Poland to call the BIC Code a SWIFT code.
(1) Foreign currency transactions in EUR, CHF, USD, GBP in TopTransfer (Immediate transfer) mode to Santander Bank enable you to repay mortgage loans using accounts at bank BZWBK. Kantor.pl does not keep accounts at Santander bank.
(2) Foreign currency transactions in CHF, USD, GBP to ING Bank are processed in OneDay+ mode. Kantor.pl does not keep accounts in CHF, USD or GBP at ING.
This is the cheapest and the fastest way to exchange foreign currencies on Kantor.pl because Kantor.pl and the User keep their accounts in the same bank, so transfers of funds are performed between accounts in the banks where both Kantor.pl and the User keep their accounts. Such transactions are free of the fees charged by banks for foreign currency interbank transfers. Currency exchange from/to mBank and MultiBank is performed through kantor.pl accounts at BRE Bank – which may, but does not necessarily, involve transfer costs.
For detailed information on the costs of transfers to specific banks, check: transfer fees at specific banks.
An important advantage of the transfer by the bank listed on the list of banks served free of charge (TopTransfer) or by any other banks in the Speed Transfer mode is the fact that the entire foreign currency purchase or sales process usually takes no more than several minutes. Currency exchange is performed 24/7 online. For more information on the transfer execution times, check transaction times – currency exchange.