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Save time and money on your international money transfer to Canada
We offer a competitive exchange rate for your payments, often providing better value than high-street banks.
If you are looking for a quick and easy way to send money to Canada, you can enjoy exceptional service and low fees when you choose moneycorp.
Make international payments to Canada with confidence
We have been trading foreign currency for 40 years and have built a loyal customer base and a strong reputation. As partners of brands such as Sainsbury’s Bank, Daily Mail, CNN and The Telegraph, we are renowned for delivering a premium and experienced service.
We take away the hassle when you transfer money to Canada and are there to help every step of the way.
Experience and service
Our team of dedicated exchange specialists make your transactions quick and easy. You can enjoy a personal touch and guidance through the process from one of our experienced dealers.
In addition, you will have round the clock access to your online account whether you are at your computer or on your mobile.
Get the most out of your account
- Load funds onto an explorer card with moneycorp. The card can hold up to 10 different currencies, helping to hold all of your funds in one handy place. In addition, we won’t charge you any ATM withdrawal or card payment fees when you use your explorer card abroad.
- From your online account, you can track the exchange rate and set a helpful rate alert. This means that if the GBP to CAD rate is at a level you are happy with, we will notify you via email and/or SMS.
- Regular payments can be set up through your online account. This is ideal if you need to transfer money to Canada on regular occasions. Set up weekly, monthly or quarterly money transfers to Canada for your expenses or living costs. You can even lock in a prevailing rate for up to two years using a forward contract for these transactions, which may require a deposit.
How to send money to Canada
Information you’ll need for a bank transfer to Canada
In order to make an international payment to Canada, you will need to provide the following details for your recipient and their bank account:
- Canadian Branch Code (also known as a routing number)
- Account Number
- BIC / SWIFT code
The Canadian Branch Code is often referred to as a routing number, and contains 8 digits, the first 3 a digit institution number that identifies the bank/financial institution. The last 5 digits are used to identify the location of the bank/financial institution in Canada. This information can be obtained from the recipient of your payment, or by contacting your bank prior to making the transaction.
A BIC / SWIFT code is also used when sending money to Canada, if it is made through the SWIFT system, which all overseas payments from the UK are. For a full guide on BIC (SWIFT) codes, read our in-depth guide.
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