Make payments to countries outside of the SEPA zone
International transfers are payments to countries outside the European payment area (SEPA) and payments in a currency other than the euro. Manage your transfers via Telelink@Isabel or Business'Bank.
Your payments are always made within ING's secure payment environments. You also receive quick confirmation that your payment has been made.
The memo date ensures that every payment is made by the due date.
International transfers are payments to countries outside the European payment area (SEPA) and payments in a currency other than the euro. You need an IBAN and BIC for most payments.
An international transfer is used in the following cases:
- payments in euros if the beneficiary is the holder of an account in a country outside the SEPA zone*.
- payments in a currency other than the euro
The SEPA zone (Single Euro Payments Area) covers all the Member States of the European Union as well as Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Switzerland and San Marino.
Any payment to a country that does not belong to the SEPA zone or any non-euro payment within the SEPA is considered an international payment.
Need to make a payment in euros within the SEPA? Go for a European transfer.
All self-employed professionals, companies and organisations that wish to manage their payments more efficiently.