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How to complete a payment order for payments in Russian roubles?

Russian law enforcement authorities control transactions in Russian roubles, so when you transfer money to Russia, provide as accurate information as possible in the payment order. Write in Latin characters.

Title of the order section Explanation
1. Currency code Literal currency code (RUB)
2. Remitter Account number of the person or company that transfers money in international IBAN format, first name and surname or the corporate name and address
3. Remittee
First name and surname / Name

If the remittee is a natural person and resident of the Russian Federation, the first name, surname and paternal name of the remittee should be provided. If the remittee is a non-resident natural person, the first name and surname should be provided.

If the remittee is a resident legal entity of the Russian Federation, you should provide its name preceded by the legal form acronym (ooo, zao, ab), address (street, city, country) and INN code (10 digits).

Account No

You should specify the remittee's 20-digit account and 10-digit INN code, if the remittee is a company. For instance:

xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx/INNyyyyyyyyyy

If INN code consists of 12 digits, only 20-digit Account No is provided in this field. INN code must be provided in the field Purpose of payment.

4. Remittee’s bank  
Name Full name of the remittee’s bank
Address Full address (street, city, country) of the remittee’s bank
SWIFT To be left blank
Bank code 9-digit bank code / 20-digit account number

You must enter the correspondent account of the remittee's bank with the central bank of the Russian Federation (20 digits, starts with digits 301 while the last three digits coincide with the last three digits of the remittee's bank code (BIC)).

If the remittee’s bank account is opened with a branch of the remittee's bank, you must also provide the correspondent account of the branch of the remittee’s bank (20 digits, starts with digits 303).

5. Purpose of payment The numerical code of the currency transaction is provided in brackets:

VO kodai (PDF, 150 KB)

The exact purpose of payment is entered (in Russian in Latin characters). For instance: “za tovar”, “za uslugi”. In addition, the following information can be provided: contract number and date; invoice number and date; value-added tax (NDS) amount (if products or services are not subject to the value-added tax — Bez NDS).

If the remittee is a legal entity and INN code consist of 12 digits, INN code must be also provided in this field.

For instance:

  • (VO10100) za tovar po kontraktu no. 125 ot 15.09.2006
  • (VO20100) za obuchenie po dogovoru no.01/05 ot 15.09.2006
  • (VO20100) za obuchenie po dogovoru no.01/05 ot 15.09.2006, INN123456789123

If you have transferred not the total amount under the contract, specify the serial number of the payment. For instance: “Predoplata”, “okonchatelxnaja oplata”, etc.

6. Remittee’s correspondent bank To be left blank

Transliteration table of the Russian alphabet

How to complete a payment order for payments in Belarussian roubles?

Information required in the payment order Explanation
Remittee’s bank  
1. Full name and address of the remittee's bank Address: street, city, country
2. Remittee's bank code 3- or 9-digit code starting with digits 153001
Remittee
3. Remittee’s name, address, taxpayer’s code Address: street, city, country
Taxpayer’s code: INN, UNN or UNP code (natural persons don't have codes UNN or INN).
4. Remittee’s account 13 digits
5. Purpose of payment:
  • exact purpose of payment
  • contract number and date
  • invoice number and date
  • product or contract code
Based on specific documents

Transliteration table of the Russian alphabet

How to complete a payment order for payments in Ukrainian Hryvnia?

Information required in the payment order Explanation
Remitter
1. Exact name and address of remitter Address: street, city, country
Remittee’s bank  
2. Full name and address of the remittee’s bank Address: street, city, country
3. Remittee’s bank code 6 digits
Remittee
4. Remittee’s name and address Address: street, city, country
5. Code of natural person or legal entity OKPO A natural person's code consists of 8 digits while a legal entity’s, 10 digits
6. Remittee’s account 14 digits
7. Purpose of payment Based on specific documents:

• exact purpose of payment
• contract number and date
• invoice number and date
• value-added tax (NDS) amount
• if products or services are not subject to the value-added tax — Bez NDS
• transaction code (4 digits)
country code (always the same — 804)

 

How to complete a payment order for payments in Kazakhstan tenge?

Information required in the payment order Explanation
Remittee’s bank
1. Full name and address of the remittee’s bank Address: street, city, country
2. SWIFT code (BIC) SWIFT code of the remittee’s bank
Remittee
3. Remittee’s name, address, taxpayer’s code Address: street, city, country

12-digit taxpayer’s code: BIN (if the remittee is a legal entity) or IIN (if the remittee is a natural person)
4. Purpose of payment Exact purpose of payment and KNP code

 

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