For business clients
How Pivdenny Bank works with companies and entrepreneurs in martial law
Cashless payments are made through the iFOBS remote service system in standard mode without restrictions.
National currency payments to the accounts of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, regardless of the tariff package used by the client, are not charged.
Wages are paid in the standard mode.
An alternative to a loan in Ukrainian hryvnias against a deposit in foreign currency.
Financing period from 3 to 30 days with the possibility of extending a tranche.
No commission – for the issuance of tranches, entering into an agreement.
Loyal terms of product discount – 5%.
Interest rate – minimum 15.5%.
Signing a framework agreement (1 day) + issuance of a tranche (up to 3 hours).
Corporate payment cards
A cash withdrawal limit of UAH 100,000 per day is set at bank’s cash desks and ATMs.
There are no restrictions on cashless payments, in particular on payments via POS terminals at retail chain outlets.
All cashless payments can be made without restrictions.
Remote service systems for corporate clients
Under martial law, the bank changes the existing processes and procedures to enhance the ability of its clients, namely economic entities to receive bank services remotely. Currently, if a client is unable to visit a bank’s branch to enter into an iFOBS remote service system agreement, or connect new users, or restore keys for use in the iFOBS remote service system, they can do so remotely. Contact a bank’s branch on this issue.
Under martial law, Pivdenny Bank continues to support its clients and finance vital sectors of the economy.
Clients have the opportunity to obtain credit funds for economic activities in all areas of government programs to support domestic business (including special conditions for farmers)
The "Affordable Loans 5-7-9%" state program and government guarantees of the Government provide for simplification of access of small, medium-sized and large enterprises to bank lending, namely the opportunity to obtain loans at a reduced interest rate (from 0% annual for national currency loans).