Fees for transferring and receiving funds

 

Transferring funds in euros within the eurozone*

Online transfers € 0 per transfer
Urgent online transfers €5.50 per transfer
Transfers at a branch € 16 per transfer
Urgent transfers at a branch € 21.50 per transfer
Printed acceptgiros € 0.50 per transfer
Standing orders € 0 per transfer
Direct debits € 0 per transfer
Transfer forms – 22 forms € 11 per set
Bank envelopes – 25 envelopes € 18.75 per set
*The eurozone includes the EU member states, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Switzerland.

Transferring funds in a foreign currency and/or outside of the eurozone*

Online transfers €9 per transfer
Urgent online transfers € 18 per transfer
Transfers submitted using a form € 20,50 per transfer
Urgent transfers submitted using a form € 29,50 per transfer
Transfers at a branch € 25 per transfer
Urgent transfers at a branch € 34 per transfer
Transfer forms € 8.80 per set
OUR* Country-specific rates
*The eurozone includes the EU member states, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Switzerland.
**When using the ‘OUR’ option for international transfers, you pay both ABN AMRO’s charges as well as the fees charged by the foreign bank.

Receiving funds from abroad

Receiving euros within the eurozone* € 0 per transfer
Receiving foreign currency and/or funds from outside of the eurozone* €9 per transfer
Transferred in accordance with EC criteria** € 0 per transfer
Not transferred in accordance with EC criteria** € 9 per transfer
*The eurozone includes the EU member states, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Switzerland.
**EC criteria: transfer between EU countries in euros using a full and correct IBAN and BIC. Up to €50,000 on the basis of shared costs.

Other fees for transfers in a foreign currency and/or outside of the eurozone*

Supplementary fee (for incomplete or incorrect transfers) €20 per transfer
Complaints and/or inquiries €25 plus any costs charged by the foreign bank
Costs for cancelling a payment €25 plus any costs charged by the foreign bank
*The eurozone includes the EU member states, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Switzerland.

Cheques no longer accepted from 2020

As of 1 January 2020, you can no longer cash cheques with us, as they are too expensive to process. The amount we would have to charge you could end up being higher than the amount of the cheque itself.

What you can do
Tell the party who wants to give you a cheque that you can no longer accept cheques. You will find a letter below in English that you can send to this party, explaining why you can no longer accept cheques.