Would you like to send money to Ireland? We’re here to explain the payment process, so that you have all the information that you need to transfer your funds in a secure, hassle-free manner. It’s quick and straightforward to set up a Moneycorp account, as you’ll see; once you’ve done this, you’ll be able to send your money on its way. We’ll convert your pounds to euros at a competitive rate, and you won’t have to worry about excessive transfer fees. Let’s get started!
You can sign up online or over the phone for either a personal or business account with Moneycorp.
Set up a payment to Ireland
After you’ve added a new recipient or chosen from a list of your existing recipients, you’ll need to specify how much you’d like to transfer to Ireland.
Common questions about sending money to Ireland
How long will a payment to Ireland take?
Most payments that are made to Ireland via Moneycorp arrive within 1-2 working days. Regardless of how much money you wish to send, we’ll ensure that your payment arrives on time; large money transfers do not take longer to arrive than smaller transfers. You can track your payments and view your full transaction history online.
How much does it cost to send money to Ireland?
When you partner with Moneycorp, you can enjoy fee-free online international transfers to Ireland. You’ll benefit from competitive exchange rates and gain access to our FX tools without having to worry about any additional costs. You will only incur online fees if you decide to automate your recurring payments with a Regular Payment Plan.
Over-the-phone transfers to Ireland cost a flat rate of £15, which makes Moneycorp an economical option for large money transfers.
What information do I need for a bank transfer to Ireland?
You will need to provide Moneycorp with the following information to make an overseas payment to Ireland:
- The full name and address of the account holder
- The recipient’s IBAN
- The recipient’s BIC/SWIFT code
What does an IBAN from Ireland look like?
Every bank account in Ireland is assigned an IBAN, allowing banks in other countries to identify the correct recipient account when making overseas payments. The standard length of an IBAN in Ireland is 22 characters. Irish IBANs consist of an ISO Country Code, two check digits and a Basic Bank Account Number (BBAN). BBANs include the domestic bank account number, branch identifier and routing information.
Example of an Irish IBAN:
IE29 ABCD 0123 4567 8901 23
Is there a limit on how much money you can send to Ireland?
There is a £100,000 upper limit on personal transfers that can be made through our online platform to Ireland. Transfers made over the phone, on the other hand, have no upper limit, and so you will need to contact your Moneycorp account manager by telephone in order to make larger payments from the UK to Ireland.
Can I send money to all Irish banks through my Moneycorp account?
You can make payments to a most popular banks in Ireland when you partner with Moneycorp. These banks include, but are not limited:
- Bank of Ireland
- Allied Irish Banks (AIB)
- Ulster Bank
- Permanent TSB
If your bank is not included on this list, it does not necessarily mean that we're unable to fulfil your payment. Speak with one of our specialists to see if we can assist you.