The Ukrainian banking system is working without interruptions, despite massive missile strikes on Ukraine.
The NBU maintains constant contact with the banks and takes every measure necessary to ensure their business-as-usual operation.
The NBU has requested that the banks continue to provide services remotely and shift all branches into safe operating mode.
The NBU’s System of Electronic Payments (SEP) is working smoothly. Ukrainian-based banks are connected to the SEP and are making customer payments on a regular basis and without breaks.
International card payment systems, NPS PROSTIR, and the NBU’s BankID system are conducting business as usual.
Cashless payments are being made in regular mode, through POS terminals and remote service channels (mobile and Internet banking). Retailers – shops, pharmacies, gas stations – continue to accept cashless payments.
The NBU calls on all citizens to choose remote banking services over trips to bank branches as the threat of repeated missile attacks persists.
Be advised that cashless is the safest and most reliable way to pay for goods and services under current conditions. Doing business online is much safer and more convenient at this time.
Use only trusted data sources and have confidence in the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Keep calm and carry on.