Global transfers for a digital nomad like Samuel.
Buying property abroad can be a complicated process. However CurrencyFair keep things fair and transparent when you need to send money to buy a new home overseas. This is why Samuel trusted CurrencyFair when he planned to relocate to Sweden. As he describes it, “I was looking for a service that delivers solutions for a modern life."
Read how Samuel avoids poor exchange rates and hidden bank charges on his transfers arrow_forward
Sending in money to your CurrencyFair account typically takes 2 business days for Euro payments, while GBP Faster Payments and CHAPS typically reach us on the same business day. Other currencies can take up to 5 business days to reach us. Find out more about our estimated processing times.
Yes. CurrencyFair is fully regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission. Customer funds are ring fenced to ensure maximum security and protection, meaning your money is in safe hands.
You can top up your CurrencyFair account through a bank transfer. Additionally customers with Irish debit cards can make debit card payments, while Australian residents can use BPAY to top up their account.
As a fully regulated financial services business, we are required to verify the identity of all our customers. Where possible we attempt to speed up the process through electronic checks. Where this isn’t possible, we require proof of identification and up to two proofs of address.
CurrencyFair (Singapore) Pte Ltd is regulated (fully authorised) by the Monetary Authority of Singapore pursuant to section 8(3)(a) of the Money-Changing and Remittance Business Act Cap 187 (“MCRB Act”). This regulation governs foreign exchange and money remittance. The Monetary Authority of Singapore imposes minimum capital requirements and ensures the highest standards for internal policies and procedures, detection of financial crime and the protection of client funds. In accordance with the specific terms of our remittance licence CurrencyFair Ltd. has furnished the required Letter of Responsibility to the Monetary Authority of Singapore confirming that it is responsible for the operations of CurrencyFair (Singapore) Pte Ltd. CurrencyFair Limited is regulated (fully authorised) by the Central Bank in Ireland. Copyright © 2020 CurrencyFair LTD. All rights reserved.