Online Remittance/IRIS online payments service

Online Remittance/IRIS online payments service offers you the ability of immediate money transfer and credit of beneficiary’s account held in other financial institutions.

How you benefit using this service

  • Immediate credit and money availability for the receiver.
  • Lower transaction fees
  • Immediate cover of your obligations in third party banks within Greece.
  • Save of personal time
  • Ensures crediting of beneficiary’s account with full amount, provided that your order is submitted through winbank web banking

How you can send IRIS online payment

The Online Remittance/IRIS online payments service is available either through Piraeus bank branch network or through the winbank web banking.

In order to send the Online Remittance/IRIS online payment through the bank’s branches, you have to fill in the money transfer order in any branch of Piraeus Bank. The branch employee will require the beneficiary’s customer details:

  • Bank account in IBAN format
  • Full beneficiary’s name

The money transfer is completed within a few minutes.


In order to send the Online Remittance/IRIS online payment through the winbank web banking, you must login using your personal credentials to the web banking of Piraeus Bank and follow the below procedure:

  • Fill in all the form’s fields following the system’s instructions.
  • Should the system acknowledge that the remittance covers all the prerequisites so as to be sent Online Remittance (IRIS online payment) (bank, amount) an extra icon will show up asking if you want to send the remittance through the service
  • Choose the icon and place your order. Your linked account will be debited with the amount of the remittance and the transaction fees.

Please note, if the order is placed from Monday to Friday until 14:30 through the bank branch or until 16:00 through winbank, is executed immediately. Otherwise, the Online Remittance/IRIS online payment will be sent within the next working day.

The service is provided under the current restrictions on capital transfers