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From the UK, call:08457 449900
Outside the UK, call:+44 (0) 1539 736626
Mon-Fri 8am-6pm and Sat. 9.30am-1.30pm UK time
Or contact your Relationship Manager
Recipient and Corresponding Banks abroad may charge a fee for receiving payments.
2% on the Sterling equivalent of each currency, minimum £3 per currency and £10 administration fee
These accounts are not designed to be used for the receipt of notes or coins. If you need this service,
please contact your International Banking Team.
£20 per payment
We cannot guarantee the cancellation as funds may already have been paid to the beneficiary.
You could receive less than the original amount of the payment, due to adverse exchange rate movements
Cheques up to £100: £5
Cheques of £100 and above:25p per £100 (min £15, max £80 per cheque)
Cheques of £100 and above:25p per £100 (min £8, max £80 per cheque)
Cheques in a foreign currency drawn in a different country(e.g. US Dollars drawn in France, but not UK):25p per £100 (min £10, max £80 per cheque)
Cheques in the same currency as the account: £2 per cheque
Chequesrequiring currency conversion: £4 per cheque
We offer a wide range of foreign exchange services. When you make a payment online, you'll be told how much you should expect to leave your account or how much the recipient will receive.
If you want certainty over the exchange rate, you should make your payment in the currency of the country you are sending it to. Otherwise, you won't know what exchange rate is going to be used by the receiving bank. .
For our exchange rates for international money transfers, please call us or contact your Relationship Manager .
From the UK: 08457 449 900 .
From outside the UK +44 (0) 1539 736 626 .
Lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Calls may be monitored/recorded.
Online:Make international money transfers from your currency accounts for free.Telephone:Call International PhoneBank®:From the UK: 08457 449 900From outside the UK: + 44 (0) 1539 736 626Lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a weekCalls may be monitored/recorded.In writing:You can send your request to transfer money overseas to:Lloyds BankPO Box 368DouglasIsle of ManIM99 3XU
We may make additional security checks before acting on a particular request for an International Money Transfer, when we believe we are justified in doing so.
These are useful if you don't know the bank account details of the overseas recipient (as they are paper-based).
Recipients can see at once that payment has been made, however, payment may take longer to arrive compared with online transfers. Drafts have to be paid into an account in the same name as the recipient.
We can either:
There's a charge of £15 (plus registration fee, if posted). There may also be local bank charges for the person receiving it.
Using the free International Moneymover Service instead will cut charges and reduce delays.
Make regular International Money Transfers automatically and free of charge.
You'll need to provide us with your recipient's bank account number and the full name and address of their bank.
For payments to the EU (European Union and EEA (European Economic Area) and selected other countries, you'll also need
to provide the BIC (Bank Identifier Code)/Swift code and the IBAN (International Bank Account Number).
You'll need to give us accurate information about the person you are sending it to. This includes:
BIC and IBAN codes are similar to a bank account number and sort code in the UK. They are compulsory for
payments to European Economic Area (EEA) countries and other countries around the world where an IBAN is required.
You'll need to get these details from the person you want to transfer money overseas to.
IBAN stands for International Bank Account Number. It is a unique code that identifies an individual bank
account. We won't be able to process your payment to the European Union, EEA (European Economic Area) and other
countries where an IBAN is required, without it.
IBANs are obligatory for payments to the European Union and EEA (European Economic Area) and other countries
where an IBAN is required. Please note that IBANs can have a different number of characters and are a mix of letters and numbers.
Cheques or drafts by negotiation will be credited to your account in a few days, minus charges. This service can only be used if the draft or the cheque is in the local currency. Credits from cheques can still be reversed by the bank at a later date if it turns out that the payer's bank account has insufficient funds.
If the payment is from a high-risk country or isn't in the sender's local currency, it's likely the payment will be sent for collection. This means your account won't be credited until we're certain the money will be paid. The time this takes will depend on the country involved – it can take several weeks.
It's usually cheaper, quicker and simpler to use electronic payments.
You can make international money transfers online via Currency Internet Banking. This service is for any of these international accounts:
Watch our demo to see how to make an international payment online.
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