Comparative overview of data on minimum dinar amounts paid by banks at the time of buying and/or maximum dinar amounts charged by banks at the time of selling foreign cash

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Note: Data available as of 01/02/2006.

Euro (EUR)as at18.07.2024.

BANKMINIMUM AMOUNTMAXIMUM AMOUNT
Agroindustrijska komercijalna banka AIK banka akcionarsko društvo, Beograd114.1738119.3236
Yettel Bank ad Beograd114.3494119.7332
Adriatic Bank akcionarsko društvo Beograd115.8709118.2117
Halkbank Akcionarsko društvo Beograd114.1153119.9673
Banca Intesa A.D.- Beograd114.1153118.5043
Addiko Bank AD Beograd115.8709118.2117
Unicredit Bank Srbija A.D.- Beograd114.2323119.8503
ALTA BANKA A.D. BEOGRAD114.7005119.2534
Banka Poštanska štedionica A.D.- Beograd115.8708118.2117
NLB KOMERCIJALNA BANKA A.D. BEOGRAD114.2323119.8503
ProCredit Bank A.D.- Beograd114.1153119.9673
Eurobank Direktna a.d.114.1153119.9673
Raiffeisen banka A.D.- Beograd114.0567120.0259
Srpska banka A.D.- Beograd114.1153119.9673
OTP Banka Srbija a.d. Novi Sad 114.2323119.8503
Erste Bank A.D.- Novi Sad114.7005119.3821
3 BANKA a.d. Novi Sad114.1153119.9673
API Bank akcionarsko društvo Beograd114.8175119.2651
Mirabank akcionarsko društvo Beograd114.7005119.3821

1. Minimum amount paid by a bank when buying a unit (or one hundred units) of a currency is the bankʼs buying exchange rate for the currency less maximum commission percentage.
2. Maximum amount charged by a bank when selling a unit (or one hundred units) of a currency is the bankʼs selling exchange rate for the currency plus maximum commission percentage.
3. The overview includes only data for currencies quoted in the bankʼs exchange rate list for foreign cash, i.e. only data for currencies that the bank trades in.

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