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Tinkoff will halve the commission on foreign currency accounts

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Tinkoff-Bank announced that from August 2 it will halve the commission for servicing foreign currency accounts. Now it will be 0.5% per month if there are more than 10 thousand conventional units on the account. If there is a smaller amount on the account, the service remains free. On June 9, Tinkoff announced that from June 23 it introduced a monthly commission of 1% for servicing foreign currency accounts with more than 1,000 conventional units. On June 24, the bank announced that the commission would be charged only for servicing those accounts, the amount of which exceeds 10,000 conventional units. Tinkoff has a little less than 3,000 clients who own such accounts. On June 14, the Central Bank issued an information letter stating that it is unacceptable to introduce commissions for servicing foreign currency accounts without the prior consent of clients. Read more in the publication “Kommersant FM” “Central Bank took up foreign exchange commissions. ”More news is in the Kommersant Telegram channel.” Yulia Abugalieva.

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