SWIFT is a worldwide standardized inter-bank communication channel. It offers clients protected transfer of payment orders, account statements, and other types of messages.
A daily statement (MT940) serves to communicate the information about transactions made on a client’s current accounts on a closed accounting day (the preceding banking day).
Interim transaction report (MT942) serves to communicate information about transactions made on a client’s current account in the course of the current day.
UniCredit Bank in the Czech Republic enables bilateral use of the MT94x message types.
Payment order (MT101) serves to submit a payment order to the debit of a client’s account kept with another bank (including foreign banks). It is generally used when the client is not able to communicate directly with the bank keeping the client’s account abroad.
UniCredit Bank enables bilateral use of the MT01 message types.