International Transfers

Payment Methods

GKBANK is connected to The SWIFT international payment network for payments in different currencies. For transfers within the EU we use SEPA, a payment-integration initiative of the European Union for simplification of bank transfers. For gross-settlements, GKBANK is currently integrating with TARGET2 through its correspondents in EU zone in order to minimise systemic risk in the payments market for our business clients.

Send money to over 200 countries

Through online banking, take advantage of the smooth and easy process of making payments all over the world in USD, EUR and GBP.

Reach everywhere

You can send money via online banking to accounts in more than 200 countries across six continents.

Making payments

Here is the information you need in making an international payment:

  • The name of the account holder of the recipient account,
  • The address of the recipient,
  • The address of the recipient bank, (We may require this information for specific banks)
  • The recipient’s IBAN, or Account Number,
  • The recipient bank’s SWIFT Code.

Keep in mind that there may be further information required according to the destination country, as additional codes might be required by some countries and banks.

Receiving international payments

Here is the information you need in receiving an international payment:

  • Your Account Number, and
  • GKBANK’s SWIFT Code [BIC]: GKBIPRSJ

How much does it cost?

We charge no fee for receiving payments to your accounts.
Please note that in some cases, an additional fee can be charged by the correspondent bank to process the transaction and make the transfer to the recipient bank.

Viewing payments

All of the international transactions on your account are available for you to view via online banking.