To make an international payment, call us on 03457 212 212. Lines are open 8am - 6pm Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm Saturday and Sunday. Call charges
You can't arrange for a payment to be made for a future date.
If your selected payment is out of scope for a SEPA or US Structured payment, then the money will be sent by SWIFT.
Payments sent outside of the EEA and USA require the use of an agent or correspondent bank to forward money to the recipient's bank. The charge for this can vary depending on the destination, currency and complexity of the transfer.
Where a payment gives you a full range of charging options like shared, sender or beneficiary, agent fees are usually applicable. The additional charging options allow you to specify who pays the two sets of charges. Please note that any payments made to an EEA country, in either EEA or non-EEA currency, must have shared charges.
All times mentioned relating to international payments are given in Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
Once your transfer has been sent, we are unable to stop it. We can't guarantee that funds can be recalled or payment instructions be amended, as the beneficiary bank is not obliged to return the funds.
If you would like to proceed with a cancellation or amendment, charges will be applied by us, as well as any further charges from the beneficiary bank. If the transfer was sent in a foreign currency, you may be subject to an exchange rate loss if the payment is recalled and paid back into your account. Please call us on 03457 212 212 call charges
The fastest way to receive a payment from outside the UK is through an electronic transfer.
To receive an international payment, you'll need to provide the sender with the following information:
We'll send you a letter confirming receipt of any payments made through our cross-border payments system, showing the amount received and any deductions made from the original amount requested.
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