RSD Transfers (Serbian dinar)

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Written by Currencies
Updated 3 months ago

Who can I send RSD to?
What details do I need for the recipient?
How long will it take for my RSD to arrive?
Do you limit the amount of RSD I can send?
How can I pay for my RSD transfer?


Who can I send RSD to?

You can send RSD to any bank account in Serbia.


What details do I need for the recipient?

You’ll need their:

  • Name (as it appears on their account)
  • IBAN (RS, followed by a 22-character code)
  • SWIFT/BIC code (8-11 digits)

What is an IBAN? 
What is a SWIFT code?


How long will it take for my RSD to arrive?

We can deliver your RSD the same working day, if we receive your payment by 08:00 am.

(Occasionally we might need you to supply additional documents, which can affect the delivery time. But we’ll keep you informed every step of the way.)


Do you limit the amount of RSD I can send?

No. Some FX companies limit the amount of RSD you can send or receive.
We give you the freedom to send as many Serbian dinar as you like.


How can I pay for my RSD transfer?

You can pay by bank transfer.


In case you were wondering...

What is an IBAN?
IBAN stands for International Bank Account Number. IBANs make it easier to send or receive funds from overseas. They don’t replace your sort code and account number; they contain extra characters that help overseas banks identify your account.

What do IBAN numbers look like?
Here’s how an IBAN might look for a bank account in Serbia:

IBAN (electronic format)
RS35260005601001611379

IBAN (human-readable format)
RS35 2600 0560 1001 6113 79

What is a Serbian IBAN number made up of?
RS 35 260 0056010016113 79
[2-character Country Code]
[2-digit IBAN Checksum]
[3-digit bank code]
[13-digit Account Number]
[2-digit check code]

What is a SWIFT code?
The SWIFT international payment network is used to send and receive electronic payments (also known as wire payments). It sends payment orders between banks using SWIFT codes, so banks can transfer money quickly, reliably, and securely.

SWIFT code format: AAAA | BB | 11 | 222

AAAA – represents the bank (for example, Barclays is BUKB)

BB – represents the country where the bank is located.

11 – designates location of banks main office.

222 – code for the bank branch.

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