Magyar Nemzeti Bank Budapest, Kiss Ernő u. 1.
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Postal adress: Magyar Nemzeti Bank, 1850 Budapest
We inform our customers that the Magyar Nemzeti Bank’s retail cashier’s office will move to a new site. As a result, the office at
Budapest, V. ker. Kiss Ernő u. 1. will cease to operate from 21 October 2021.
Following the temporary closure due to the move, the cashier’s office will continue to operate at a new location at
1013 Budapest, Krisztina körút 55. (entrance from Kuny Domokos utca 2.), where we will offer unchanged service to customers maintaining the same hours of operation from 2 November 2021.
The following services are available at the cashier’s office of the Magyar Nemzeti Bank for customers that don’t have a bank account with the Central Bank:
- exchange of banknotes and coins withdrawn from circulation that can be exchanged to legal tender,
- exchange of incomplete banknotes, exchange of hard-to-recognise, damaged banknotes and coins,
- expert examination of banknotes and coins suspected to be counterfeits,
- exchanging of commemorative banknotes and coins to circulation banknotes or coins and honouring receipts that entitle the holder to commemorative banknotes (the Magyar Pénzverő Zrt. performs this activity on behalf of the MNB).
|During the performance of cash transactions the MNB does not make payments in smaller denominations than the banknote or coin denomination handed over by the client.|
Forint banknotes and coins are exchanged for other forint banknotes and coins by the post offices, and credit institutions within the framework of denomination exchange.
MNB Decrees [MNB Decree No. 19/2019. (V. 13.) and MNB Decree No. 20/2019. (V. 13.)] ensure guaranteed exchange of up to 50 pieces. Post offices, and credit institutions are entitled to charge a fee for the denomination exchange, and/or tie the exchange transaction to the existence of an account kept with them or to other conditions.
The Magyar Nemzeti Bank does not change foreign currencies and does not accept damaged or withdrawn foreign currencies.