Finura Partner’s clients to benefit from HiFX international money transfer service

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We are pleased to announce a new referral partnership with HiFX, a leading international money transfer service.

Our decision to work with HiFX was based on a number of benefits they provide over other brokers in the market, alongside their 5* excellence rating from over 8,500 client reviews.

As the sister company of XE.com (the world’s leading provider of currency related data), HiFX help over 100,000 individuals and companies to buy and sell currency every year and have transacted over £125bn on behalf of clients since their inception. Their service can save clients up to 4% over using their bank through their competitive exchange rates and the ability to secure exchange rates in advance. Unlike other brokers, there is no transfer fee for trades over £3,000 and just a £9 transfer fee for trades under that amount.

Through heavy investment in technology, their focus is on making every client’s experience – from registering for their account through to placing their trade – the quickest and easiest on the market. Clients can trade 24/7 and have the option to pay using GBP or EUR debit cards as well as electronic transfer.

Covering a wide range of currencies, HiFX can help most clients who have international interests, including buying, selling or paying bills on property overseas, expatriates sending money home or transferring salaries and/or pensions, clients with international investments and companies who import and export.

 

Exchange Provider Amount You Get Additional Fees
HiFX €13,628 No fees
NatWest €13,402 £30
Barclays €13,283 £25
Lloyds €13,265 £17.50
HSBC €13,216 £4
PayPal €13,214 €462

 

Example comparison based on exchange rates as at 10.00am on Friday 28th August 2015 based on sending an international money transfer of £10,000 in €s.

For more information on transferring or investing money overseas, please contact your Finura Partners adviser.

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