For Individual Clients

Foreign Exchange Transactions

 

 

Ameriabank offers its clients foreign exchange transactions, including spot, swap, and forward transactions. FX transactions allow you to buy currencies quoted by the bank at very competitive rates and possibly minimize the exposure to currency risks amidst exchange rate volatility.

 

  • Where the foreign currency exchange transaction amount exceeds 400,000 AMD, a personal identification document is required. 
  • Exchange of foreign currency in non-cash form can be performed via online banking. Any transaction in the amount of 20 million AMD and beyond requires approval of the Bank.
  • If a foreign currency exchange transaction via online banking is rejected, the client is notified about the reason.
  • Foreign currency exchange transactions are free of charge.
 

 



 



 

 

Our broad trading opportunities in the FX markets enable us to offer our customers trading in the currencies quoted by the bank at most competitive rates. 

 


 

 

 

 

 


We offer our customers swap transactions on contractual basis both on the domestic and international markets. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ameriabank offers forward transactions in currencies quoted by the bank. The delivery dates depend on the currency. In case of FX/FX transactions, the term may be up to one year. In case of FX/AMD transactions, the term is determined based on the market situation. All forward transactions are negotiable.


Updated 30.08.2019, 16:11

Services for Individuals

  
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