These money transfer companies offer you a way to send money to China. Compare features and fees to find the right provider to send your Yuan to China.
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Open an account
Set up an account by entering a few personal details, such as your name and address.
Make a transfer
Enter the destination and send the funds to be exchanged. The company does the rest.
You can send money to China in one of two ways:
Using a money transfer company: these can send money to arrive in China within three working days. You may also get the option of same-day or next-day delivery for an additional fee
Using your bank: your bank uses a transfer process called SWIFT to send money overseas, provided the funds are in your bank account
It’s usually cheaper to use a money transfer service, as banks charge around £20 to transfer money outside the UK.
Money transfer companies charge different fees for sending money abroad. To get the best deal you need to check:
The exchange rate: this tells you how much each pound you send is worth when exchanged for Chinese yuan. For example, a rate of 8.23 would exchange £1 into CN¥8.23
The transfer fee: the cost you pay to transfer your money to China. This is usually a fixed amount, based on the amount you want to send
Use this comparison to check transfer fees, exchange rates, and whether you can set up single or regular payments to find the best deal for you.
Standard transfers take between one and three working days, but some companies offer same-day or next-day transfers for an additional fee.
They deduct their costs from the interbank rate (the rate banks use to exchange currencies with one another) to give you a personalised rate.
Your bank could charge you a SWIFT transfer fee, typically around £20, which is likely more expensive than the fees charged by money transfer companies.
Some transfer companies only let you send money to an account in your own name. Check this before sending your money to avoid any delays.
Yes. Your money is kept separate from a transfer company's operational capital, meaning you have a better chance of getting your money back if it goes bust.
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Last updated: 24 May 2022