Transfer your money to/from euros at the very best currency exchange rates!

Example: £1000 should exchange approximately (rates are automatically updated daily at 09:00 GMT)

TorFX

€1253.086euro

  • Other Popular FX Rates:
  • USD 1677.156
  • CAD 1832.419
  • AUD 1806.665
  • CHF 1524.965
  • JPY 172674.609
  • PLN 5240.994

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World First

€1250.565euro

  • Other Popular FX Rates:
  • USD 1673.782
  • CAD 1828.732
  • AUD 1803.029
  • CHF 1521.897
  • JPY 172327.175
  • PLN 5230.449

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Currencies Direct

€1241.74euro

  • Other Popular FX Rates:
  • USD 1661.971
  • CAD 1815.828
  • AUD 1790.306
  • CHF 1511.157
  • JPY 171111.156
  • PLN 5193.541

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Typical Bank Rates

€1198.878euro

  • Other Popular FX Rates:
  • USD 1604.603
  • CAD 1753.149
  • AUD 1728.509
  • CHF 1458.996
  • JPY 165204.781
  • PLN 5014.271

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Note: All foreign exchange rates that are displayed on our website are indicative and margins will vary dependent on individual requirements. The FX markets move throughout the day, and margins applied by foreign exchange companies will vary, so the above is purely for indicative purposes only.


Tired of being ripped off with uncompetitive euro foreign exchange rates and a poor high street bank service?

If you need to arrange a money transfer to or from GBP (UK sterling) to EUR (euro) then you should consider that using a high street bank to make your euro transfer will cost significantly more than using a private currency transfer provider. Sending money abroad into euro is now easier than ever and in most cases the money will arrive at your designated bank account either same day or next day.

Achieving the Best Euro Money Transfer Deal

Getting the best deal on your money transfer is as simple as making a phone call to your local bank, and then compare the deal to what you would exchange by using a specialist money transfer provider.

Try and negotiate a fixed margin rate (FX rate) with your chosen money transfer provider, as generally, high street banks are unlikely to offer this type of agreement unless you are a corporate customer making regular international money transfers abroad.

What’s a Good Margin Rate?

Typically you should be able to achieve an FX rate of between 0.7 to 1.0 percent with a private broker. Banks typically offer a poor 3 to 5 percent. A lower FX rate means you will receive more money when it arrives in your designated bank account. Simple.


Explore the very latest euro exchange rates and compare the top international money transfer service providers.

It’s always a good idea to shop around, but as a rule of thumb a specialist money transfer company will offer you the very best foreign exchange rates, beating high street banks by several percentage points. They do it by keeping their FX margin rate low and tend to have lower overheads than banks and they specialise only in currency exchange, meaning you get a better deal for your money.

Money Transfers Abroad for UK Citizens

If you’re a UK citizen and need to send money from UK sterling to euro, maybe for a property purchase in another euro zone country or similar, then you’ll save money by transferring funds via a private money transfer provider. View information and providers for sterling to euro services

Money Transfers for Expats

There are several UK based, money transfer providers who can offer substantial savings when you send funds back to the UK from the euro or another currency. You do not have to live in the UK to sign up with a recommended provider as many of their clients are based overseas (British expats for instance). View information and providers for euro to sterling services


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