Banks will not be able to receive more than one type of commission from Russians 03:24

Russians will have the opportunity to transfer between their accounts, commission-free, up to 30 million rubles per month. Dmitry Ferapontov, senior lecturer at the Department of Banking at Synergy University, talked about this in an interview with the agency. “Hit the primer”.

According to the expert, this innovation is very relevant. He noted that it is inconvenient and unsafe to transfer amounts exceeding 300 thousand rubles from one bank to another, even when using ATMs.

Ferapontov emphasized that thanks to this change, customers will be able to carry out large amount transactions more easily as their potential limits will increase. He noted that previous restrictions made it difficult to pay for property or car transactions because people had to pay fees to transfer money between banks. Now, thanks to innovation, transactions of large amounts will become more convenient and transparent.

Before that Russians saidIs the Japanese yen worth buying?

Previously Ministry of Labor rejected Words about the end of the era of low wages in Russia.

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Source: Gazeta


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