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Regular international payments: the ultimate in convenience

The quickest and easiest way to make regular international payments

The HiFX regular transfers service provides you with the quickest and easiest way to make frequent international payments and avoid the unnecessary fees charged by the high street banks each and every time you make a currency transfer.

Whether you’re paying an international mortgage, making salary transfers or transferring a UK pension overseas, whatever your regular payments needs, our specialist Regular Transfers Team will automate your payments via direct debit ensuring you never miss a payment.

It’s quick and easy to set up and HiFX take care of the whole process, so you can be completely confident that your international payments are made on time, every time.

HiFX also beats the banks on price, as well as service. Every month, HiFX checks all the main high street bank and building society exchange rates to make sure that its overall price (including banking charges, exchange rates and other fees) is better. 

For example: Let’s assume a monthly overseas transfer of £700*

 

  • The ultimate in convenience, the HiFX Regular Transfers service offers the following additional benefits:
  • the ability to move money, pay people or bills.
  • automated transfers via direct debit giving you complete peace of mind.
  • faster transfers ensuring your money arrives on time, every time, when you need it.
  • the ability to fix the exchange rate for up to 12 months into the future so you can protect yourself from adverse currency moves.  
  • Fully authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority under the Payment Services Directive 2009. registration number 462444.

Make sure you don't miss out when the markets are in your favour with HiFX’s new  personalised currency tools. Designed to keep you one step ahead, MyHiFX enables you to set personalised rate alerts, access live customer rates, monitor your key currencies and make international payments – all in a few clicks.

So for example, if you'd like to know when the Euro next hits €1.25 or the US dollar hits $1.65 simply tell us and we'll automatically alert you by email when your target rate is reached.

See how much you could save with HiFX: sign up and make a transfer

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