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How to complete a payment order when you transfer funds to a foreign country?

General information (at the top of the order):

  • Tick the type of transfer: regular, urgent or extra urgent (if the type of transfer is not specified, the transfer will be made as regular)
  • Always enter the literal code of the transferred currency (e.g.: EUR for euros, USD for US dollar, etc.)
  • While completing the fields of the remittee, the remittee's bank or the remittee’s correspondent bank use SWIFT symbols
Title of the order section Explanation
1. Remitter First name and surname or corporate name of remitter
    Name, e.g., UAB Liepsnelė
It is not recommended to enter the legal status of the company in full words: “Joint-stock company”, “Public institution”, etc. UAB, VšĮ etc. is better.
    Street, house number
    City, postal code, country
2. Remittee's bank Always enter the bank code (SWIFT / BIC), exact name and address.
3. Remittee Enter information as in the section Remitter.
When you transfer money to EU Member States, always specify the remittee’s account in IBAN format.
4. Purpose of payment You have to write in the language that the remittee understands. It is advisable to provide the number and signature date of the contract.

If you are completing a payment order to transfer money to Russia, Belarus, Ukraine or Kazakhstan, you may need to provide additional information:

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