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Experience a quick and easy way to send money to Ireland with moneycorp
As award-winning specialists in foreign exchange, we deliver competitive rates and low fees, usually working out cheaper than high-street banks.
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Providing competitive exchange rates since 1979
Save time and money when you send money to Ireland
You can send money to Ireland from your account 24/7, with low fees on your overseas transfers.
Make international payments to Ireland with confidence
With 40 years' experience offering competitive rates to businesses and individuals, we are one of the largest exchangers of foreign currency in the UK. We are known for the personal and comfortable experience we provide. Some of our most renowned partners include Sainsbury’s Bank, Daily Mail, The Telegraph and CNN.
We deliver a smooth and seamless process for sending euros to Ireland, taking the hassle out of foreign payments.
Experience and service
Enjoy a tailored and personal experience with moneycorp when you transfer money to Ireland. Our dedicated team will be there every step of the way and to offer any professional guidance you need. You will also be able to access your funds 24/7, either online or on mobile.
Get the most out of your account
- Our handy explorer card lets you take control of your finances and load up to 10 currencies onto one card. You can use your card worldwide, while we won’t charge you any ATM withdrawal or card payment fees made abroad.
- An online account with moneycorp allows you to track the exchange rate and even set a rate alert to ensure you are notified if your rate is achieved. This helps you secure the pound to euro rate that you want.
- Set up any regular payments or online money transfers that you need. Whether it is a weekly, monthly or quarterly transfer, we allow you to lock in a prevailing rate for up to two years using a forward contract, which may require a deposit.
How to send money to Ireland
Information you’ll need for a bank transfer to Ireland
In order to make an overseas payment to a bank account in Ireland, the recipient will need to provide you with their IBAN (International Bank Account Number) and BIC / SWIFT code. The BIC / SWIFT code identifies the recipient bank, while the IBAN will enable your bank to locate the specific account to send the payment to.
What does an Irish IBAN look like?
Every bank account in Ireland has its own IBAN, allowing banks in other countries to identify the correct account for overseas payments. An Irish IBAN is always 22 characters long (example below), consisting of an ISO Country Code, two IBAN check digits and a Basic Bank Account Number (BBAN). This BBAN is formed from a Bank Identifier code, a Branch Identifier code and an Account Number.
Example of an Irish IBAN:
IE29 ABCD 0123 4567 8901 23
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