Send Money Transfer to New Zealand from the UK

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OzForex

OzForex

Minimum Transfer
Max Transfer Fee
Margin Rate
Rate Per Single Unit
100000 GBP
gets you
FCA Regulated
£5000
15
1%
1.137
113,743.08 EUR
FCA Regulated

TORFX

TORFX

Minimum Transfer
Max Transfer Fee
Margin Rate
Rate Per Single Unit
100000 GBP
gets you
FCA Regulated
£300
0
0.7%
1.141
114,087.76 EUR
FCA Regulated

Moneycorp

Moneycorp

Minimum Transfer
Max Transfer Fee
Margin Rate
Rate Per Single Unit
100000 GBP
gets you
FCA Regulated
£250
0
0.50%
1.143
114,317.54 EUR
FCA Regulated

Transfer money to New Zealand

Money Transfer to New Zealand? Whatever your reason for sending money to New Zealand. Hence, Compare Money Transfer will make your currency transfer as straight forward and cost-effective as possible.

Buying property in Auckland?
Emigrating to Auckland?
Paying Oversea suppliers / Importing / Exporting to Auckland?
Regular Payments to Auckland?

Currency for New Zealand?
The New Zealand Dollar (NZD) is the official currency of New Zealand which is divided into 100 cents.

Send Money Transfer to New Zealand

Money transfer to New Zealand is made easy today with the help of the internet. Customers that transfer money to New Zealand used to dread poor exchange rates offered by high street banks. As there were no other options people used to just put up with these discomforts and losses.

Today if you are transferring money to New Zealand, you will not have to go through these frustrations as there are many alternative options available to you.

It is totally up to you to make use of the other options and save money. If you think the difference in the expenses involved and the losses will be very little while using high street banks and it is not worth taking the trouble to find reliable foreign exchange brokers to send money to New Zealand, then you are wrong. You will be losing thousands of pounds depending on the volume of your transactions. The loss comes to you in various forms when you make money transfer to New Zealand.

First of all high street banks offer you very poor conversion rates. You will never be able to compare their prices with the market currency rates.

Best way to transfer money from the UK to New Zealand

They have a special rate of their own which is always lower than the other foreign exchange service providers and the rates offered by the foreign exchange brokers. Even a minor variation in the Forex rate will make a lot of difference when the cumulative value of the transfer amount considered. Moreover, when you make recurrent money transfer to New Zealand, your overall loss will be too high.

Secondly, when your high street banks transfer funds to New Zealand, they will not wait for the current trends to turn favourable to you. You will have no control over the transfer process and you will also not find any interest from your bank on waiting for a favourable time to transfer your funds so that you will get better exchange rate benefits. Any benefits seen or made will only gain by the bank and not you.

When you choose a foreign exchange service provider, you will be able to get their personal attention. They will deal with you one-on-one basis. You will be able to take advantage of the experience level of your foreign exchange broker when you make money transfer to New Zealand.

Foreign exchange brokers experts in their fields and they will predict the nature of the currency market quite accurately which used for your benefit. You will never have to worry about transaction fees or commissions that you normally pay to your high street banks.

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