Send money to your loved ones back home by simply walking into a local bank while also having the freedom to choose the currency of the money you wire!
YES BANK Wire Transfer: Transferring money to India made SMARTER!
We at YES BANK, provide you the flexibility of transferring money to any YES BANK account in India using International Wire Transfers from any of your local banks. Now simply walk into your local bank branch and instruct them to credit your NRI account via the applicable correspondent bank. You can also select the currency you aim to use for funds transfer.
YES BANK Wire Transfer/ SWIFT
Wire Transfer is one of the easiest offline modes of sending money to India
No matter where you are in the world, simply walk in to your local overseas bank and issue Wire Transfer instruction. The money will be credited to your beneficiary’s YES BANK Account in India
Convenience – all you need to do is issue Wire Transfer instruction to your local overseas bank
Quick – amount transferred to beneficiary account in 24 to 48 working hours of YES BANK receiving funds
Flexibility – wire transfer is accepted in multiple currencies
Steps to follow
Initiate wire transfer with your local bank
Ensure that the following details are mentioned on Wire Transfer Instruction form available with your local bank
Your local bank name:
Your local bank account number:
Correspondent Bank Details
ABA Number/ IBAN (if required):
Further Credit To
YES BANK Limited, Mumbai, India
SWIFT/ BIC Code: YESBINBB
Beneficiary name:________ (your beneficiary account name with YES BANK)
Beneficiary account no:________(your beneficiary’s 15 digit Account no. with YES BANK)
Purpose: ___________ (purpose of transferring funds to be mentioned)
Choose the relevant charges option - OUR, BENE or SHA
OUR: Foreign bank charges for transfer will be paid entirely by Remitter. The Beneficiary will receive the amount remitted in full.
BENE: All foreign bank charges will be borne by the beneficiary. The amount that he/ she receives will be amount remitted less these charges for transfer.
SHA: Foreign bank transfer charges will be split 50:50 between Remitter and Beneficiary (for example, if the total charge for transfer is $20, then the Remitter will pay $10 and the Beneficiary will receive the amount after a deduction of $10 equivalent in INR).
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