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Preparation for euro adoption

On January 1, 2023, the euro will become the official currency in Croatia, which will replace the Croatian kuna from that day.

The fixed kuna conversion rate, determined by the Council of the European Union, is 1 euro = 7.53450 kuna

Two weeks after the introduction of the euro, from 1.1. until 14.1.2023. (at midnight) the period of double circulation lasts. This means that if you pay in cash, you will be able to pay in kunas, and you will receive the rest in euros.

We will show the double display of prices from September 5, 2022. until 31.12.2023. and will be shown in banks and financial institutions. 

At KentBank, we work intensively on preparations and system upgrades in order to make the transition to the euro currency as simple as possible for our clients. 

You will be informed in a timely manner about all the details and important information regarding the introduction of the euro. You can find all the information about the process of replacing the Croatian kuna with the euro on the websited of the: Croatian National Bank and Croatian Association of Banks