Company Introduction

We were the first money transfer provider in Europe, starting in 1996.
Our 21 branches are located in London, Spain, France, Portugal, USA, South Africa, India and China.
We’re the only money transfer provider with a large retail presence, phone service, online service and mobile app.
More than 275,000 people and businesses have saved time, hassle and money by using our service.
We made more than 570,000 payments last year, trading £6.5bn in currency.
We’re authorised by the FCA as an Electronic Money Institution (EMI).
We have a level 1 credit rating with Dun & Bradstreet (that’s the highest you can get).
Our customers’ money is always processed through a segregated bank account, to keep it 100% safe.
We employ more than 500 happy, smiley people throughout the world.
We trade in more than 40 currencies.

We've been on our mission to make money transfer better since 1996. Currency and money transfer is our passion and we've enjoyed the wonderful journey we’ve taken to arrive at the service we offer you today.

We’re proud to report these key facts, as they are a product of our passion and commitment to making money transfer better. That means easier to understand, simpler to use and – most importantly – of significant value to you.

Custom Description & FAQs

A range of products with one unifying theme – simple, effective money transfers tailored to suit your needs:

Spot contract

Use a spot contract when you need to make an immediate transfer. Simply agree the exchange rate, send us the funds to transfer, and we’ll send your currency straight away.

Forward contract

Use a forward contract to fix the current rate for up to a year – you just need to provide a small deposit. Forwards are perfect if you have a payment to make for goods or services in the future and you want to protect yourself against market volatility.

Limit Order

If you have an exchange rate in mind and don’t need to move money immediately, a limit order can be really useful. Tell us your target exchange rate and we’ll make the transfer immediately if the rate is hit. This can be particularly useful in times of uncertainty.

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