The payment statistics for January 2021 will be published on 23 February 2021 at 08.00. See also the release calendar for statistics at: https://statistika.eestipank.ee/#/en/p/AVALDAMISKALENDER
A statistical release on the payment statistics for the first quarter will be published on... more
The study on the payment attitudes of consumers in the euro area* shows that although cash is the most common means of payment in the euro area, there is stable growth in the use of card payments and other non... more
People and companies in Estonia can make suggestions until the middle of January for how a digital euro could be used in the future and what solutions could be used for introducing a digital euro.
“A lot of financial technology companies have emerged in Estonia, and our companies would... more
The three settlement services of the European System of Central Banks, TARGET2, TIPS and T2S, were brought together in 2018 under the single name TARGET Services. TARGET services are the financial infrastructure services developed and managed by the Eurosystem that allow pan-European money and... more
- Card payments by residents and businesses in Estonia were down by one third over the year in April while turnover fell at the same time by only about a quarter, showing that people were making fewer... more
The Estonian Payment Forum held at Eesti Pank this week agreed that although the design of the Estonian digital state is good, businesses and traders could make more use of digital solutions for payments than they have so far.
The central point on the agenda of the forum was how to... more
Estonian companies and residents made an average of 462,000 payments a day in August, and 90% of them reached the payee in just a few seconds. All payments made in Estonia within one bank and 61% of interbank... more
The payment statistics for July 2020 will be published on 24 August 2020 at 08.00. See also the release calendar
A statistical release on the payment statistics for the third quarter will be published on 22 October 2020 at 08.00.
Eesti Pank publishes... more
The banks raised the limit on contactless payments from 25 euros to 50 euros at the end of March to reduce contact with terminals during the emergency situation and so help restrain the spread of the virus. In... more
The emergency situation left clear traces in how residents of Estonia behave when making purchases and handling cash. As the emergency measures eased, normal life started to return a little in May, though the... more