What is IBAN – International Bank Account Number?
IBAN is a unique international identifier for the client's account in the bank determined in accordance with the international standards of the European Commission on Banking Standards ISO 13616. IBAN, introduced on 1 July 2003 on the basis of an agreement among the EU Member States, is one of the basic conditions for automatic processing of payment orders in the banks of the European Union.
If IBAN is not specified on the payment order, foreign banks subsequently charge for processing costs.
If you submit the payment order electronically, IBAN is entered without blanks or spaces, and on the payment order in paper form every four characters must be separated by one blank space.
Croatian IBAN contains 21 alphanumeric characters, and your IBAN in Zagrebačka banka is visible in the business account statement.