Remittances via winbank web banking for Businesses

Euro or foreign currency remittances to immediately transfer business funds and turnover payments to any country worldwide. Secure, transparent online procedure, with preferential rates for businesses.

How you benefit

  • Send money to any country worldwide

  • Competitive remittance rates based on the amount and the country of destination

  • Use winbank web banking to get 24/7 service

  • Search for the recipient’s BIC code online and verify it

  • Set up fixed and/or future remittance orders or repeat the same or similar remittances that you make regularly

  • Receive a transaction notice and confirmation with all relevant details (amount, costs, recipient, etc.). This is printable and/or sent to your email

  • Receive instant and ongoing updates about the accepted/rejected status of your remittance and your account transactions via SMS, email or by phone

  • Enjoy our enhanced security when you send money and transfer your personal and banking details: Security certificates, extraPIN (two-factor authentication)

  • Selective access to services and option for different limits and multiple signatures from your company’s authorised employees

How much money can be sent

Use winbank web banking to send remittances:

  • In Greece – up to 150.000€

  • Abroad – up to 50.000€

How to send remittances

To transfer business funds online, you’ll need a Piraeus Bank account and access to the winbank web banking service:

 1.   Log in to your winbank web banking account using your User ID and PIN:

       Log in > TRANSFERS / REMITTANCES > Send Remittance > Send New

       The beneficiary and the bank where his account is held.

 2.    Enter the extraPIN sent to your mobile phone. Alternatively you can use the extraPIN generator you get from Piraeus Bank.

 3.   Fill in all the fields correctly with the help of the system.

 4.   Check the information and charges for sending the remittance, before giving the go ahead.

 5.   Place your order. The amount of the remittance and the relevant charges are debited from the account you have selected.

The service is provided under the current restrictions on capital transfers