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Domestic Payment Operations

Domestic Payment Operations



Silk Road Bank AD Skopje provides secure, fast and efficient payment operations for all clients of the Bank - participants in the payment operations and provides MKD payment transactions.

Silk Road Bank AD Skopje, as an institution responsible for conducting payment operations, carries out the MKD payments through:
  • Internal payments operations (non-cash payments between clients of the Bank and between clients and the Bank, as well as cash payments and withdrawals), and
  • External i.e. inter-banking payment operations (non-cash payments between clients of different banks).
Inter-banking payment operations are carried out by means of two settlement systems:
  • MIPS - Inter-banking payment system used for urgent payments and payments over MKD 1,000,000.00, and
  • KIBS - Clearing inter-banking system used for payments up to MKD 1,000,000.00.
The participants in the payment operations may hold:
  • тMKD transactional accounts with several institutions responsible for conducting payment operations
  • Several MKD transactional accounts with one institution responsible for conducting payment operations.
Timetable plan for domestic payment operations
Description of the Bank's service Receipt of an order
Cash deposit/withdrawal from account 08.30 - 16.30 h
Executing of internal payment 08.30 - 16.30 h
Executing of payment orders through KIBS 08.30 - 14.00 h
Executing of payment orders through MIPS 08.30 - 16.00 h

Opening MKD Transactional Account
Аccounts to domestic legal entities and physical entities, carrying out registered activity, are opened based on the following documents:
  1. Decision for registration at the Trade Register i.e. registry of the authorized body in the RM (if registration is stipulated by law)
  2. Founding act from an authorized body (if the participant has not been registered).
  3. Extract from the law (if the participant has been founded according to the law).
  4. Decision from competent court on opening receivership or liquidation procedure
  5. Registration of authorized signatories who operate with the funds on the account, including the signature and the stamp which will be used for certifying the payment instruments and ID of the authorized person (ZP form)
  6. Declaration for accepting and realizing acceptance orders issued until 30 June 2001 (for persons who carried out activity before 2002)
  7. Proof that the account was transferred by the Ministry of Finance - Public Revenue Office (for persons that did not migrate from the Payments Operations Service in 2001).


The original documents or notarized copies are delivered to the Bank for verification of data. The Bank permanently keeps copy of the documents in its archive.

The Bank also keeps copy of the IDs of the manager and account signatories. When a second or subsequent account is opened, the Bank's client would submit the documents for opening an account only if they have been changed..

In addition to the above-mentioned documents, the participant in the payment operations also signs in the Bank's premises: After signing the contract by both parties, the newly opened account is activated and will be ready for conducting payment operations after it will be registered in the Single Registry of Transactional Accounts (ERTS). The participant in the payment operations is responsible for notifying the Bank in writing about all status and other changes no later than three days as of the occurrence of the change.


Request
Signature sheets
Application for client identidication

Payments
Payments may be carried out from the client's account in the amount of the account coverage in the moment of implementing the payment instrument.

The client may set priority for implementing the payment instruments that they delivered in the Bank. The payment instrument must be signed by the authorized account signatories, as per the Registration of persons authorized to operate with the account funds.

Non-cash payments are carried out, as follows:
  • At the Bank's desks, regarding payment instruments in hard copy
  • E-banking.
Types of Payment Instruments
A payment instrument is a predefined form with unique appearance and content.
  • Payment slip - PP10 form
  • Cash payment order - P40 form
  • Cash remittance - PP41
  • Transfer order - PP30
  • Collective transfer order - PP31 form (debited from single instructing party and credited to single recipient on several bases)
  • Collective transfer order - PP32 form (debited from single instructing party and credited to several recipients)
  • Public revenues payment order - PP50 form
  • Collective payment order for salary debited from the account of a single instructing party and credited to several recipients - PP53 form.

Using inflows
All inflows on the clients' accounts with the Bank may be used immediately after they are received.
The inflows may be:
  • Internal inflows (from an account of a depositor or from the Bank's account)
  • Inflows through KIBS or MIPS (inflows from other banks or institutions).


Internal inflows and inflows through MIPS are being received during the entire working day and are available as soon as they are received. Inflows through KIBS are received when the settlement is complete (after 03:00 PM).

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