The value of realized payment transactions for 20 working days in April amounted to EUR 1.65 billion, which is 7.3 percent less than in March, according to data from the Central Bank (CBCG).
Of that, 94.22 percent was realized in the Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) system, and the rest in the Deferred Net Settlement (DNS) system.
In the RTGS system, individual payment transactions between participants are performed on a gross basis in real time, and in the DNS system, interbank payment transactions are made on a net basis in delayed time.
“In April, 1.05 million orders were processed in 20 working days, of which 37.99 percent were in the RTGS system, and the rest in the DNS system,” the CBCG report states.
The average daily volume of realized payment transactions in the RTGS and DNS system, expressed through the number of orders, amounted to 52.46 thousand orders, while the average daily value of payment transactions amounted to EUR 82.69 million.
In April, for 10.9 thousand minutes of production, there were no downtimes in the system, so its availability was 100 percent.