The FINANCIAL -- BTA Bank (hereinafter - Bank) has successfully completed integration of its Faster money transfer system with AVERS system of Finances and Credit Ukrainian bank, according to BTA Bank.
This step enabled expanding the geography of money transfer service outlets for customers of the Bank, increasing speed and reliability of banking service.
Now, in addition to Faster service network in Kazakhstan and near and far abroad countries, the customers of the Bank have an opportunity to use over 2.9 thousand of money transfer acceptance and sending outlets of AVERS system in Ukraine, according to BTA Bank.
Gradual expansion of geography of Faster money transfers, flexible rate policy with simultaneous increase of speed and reliability of service have always been ones of the strategic priorities of retail business of the Bank. Thanks to integration of Faster with such money transfer systems as Golden Crown, Intel Express Money Transfers Worldwide and Caspian Money Transfer, Faster service network now covers more than 24 near and far abroad countries and includes over 25 thousand of funds acceptance and sending outlet.
One more significant advantage of Faster money transfer system is a high speed of service: it only takes one minute for a transfer to get from the place of sending to destination point. Transfers are made in four currencies - tenge, Russian rubles, US dollars and Euro, and conversion is made at the rate favorable for the customer. To send the transfer, you only have to carry your identification document. Thanks to implementation of electronic form of application, the Bank's customers are relieved from the need to fill out the application manually, which can be made by the expert in the Bank unit on the basis of information provided by the customer. All the payer has to do is to merely check the correctness of filling out the form and sign it. Together with money transfer, the payer may also send the payee a short text message and notify him by SMS on credit of transfer to the destination point, according to BTA Bank.