Set up a payment to Canada
Add a new recipient, or select an existing one, and enter how much you wish to transfer to Canada.
We'll make your payment
We'll exchange your pounds to Canadian dollars and deliver your payment, on time, with no hassle.
Common questions about sending money to Canada
How long will a payment to Canada take?
Most payments to Canada via moneycorp will arrive in 1-2 days, whether you’ve made them by phone or via your online account. You can keep track of payments and view your full transaction history either over the phone or online.
How much does it cost to send money to Canada?
It’s free to send money with moneycorp via your online account. We don’t charge international payment fees on online transfers, ensuring your payment doesn’t end up costing you more than the amount you’re sending.
What information do I 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:
- Full name of account holder
- Canadian Routing Number (also known as a branch code)
- Account Number
- BIC / SWIFT code
For more information on BIC (SWIFT) codes, read our in-depth guide.
What is a Canadian routing number?
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.
Is there a limit on how much money I can send to Canada?
There are no limits with moneycorp on the size of your payment to Canada, as we cater for both small and large payments. Our payment services are available for both individuals and businesses, helping you to get more for your money.
Can I send money to all banks in Canada through my Moneycorp account?
With moneycorp, you can make payments to a wide range of popular Canadian banks, not limited to:
- Royal Bank of Canada
- Bank of Montreal
- Bank of Nova Scotia
- Toronto-Dominion Bank
- Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
If your bank is not on the list, it doesn't necessarily mean we're unable to make the payment for you. Speak with one of our specialists to find out more.