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Moneycorp offers 24/7 service and flat fees for international money transfers

Moneycorp can give you a bank-beating rate, so you can save on foreign exchange to over 30 different currencies


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Moneycorp Limited, a business registered in the UK, began operations in 1962. The company started providing foreign exchange and currency in 1979. From its beginnings in a small office in central London, Moneycorp has become a business worth more than GBP£11 billion (NZD$21.6 billion) and in 2017 it handled more than 80 currencies. In addition to its network in central London, Moneycorp has offices in the US, France, Spain, Romania, Australia and Ireland.

While Moneycorp specialises in providing personal and business international money exchange services, it also offers wholesale and travel money services.

In 2017, Moneycorp carried more than 7 million customer transactions and exchanged in excess of GBP24.6 billion. Its business is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

Residents of New Zealand can register with Moneycorp by visiting its website. Read on to find out if Moneycorp is the business to help you send money overseas.

Let’s take a look at Moneycorp’s exchange rates

The Moneycorp website lets you find out existing indicative exchange rates, based on interbank rates. You can use a currency converter or view results in the form of a table or chart.

The currency converter requires you to enter the currency you want to exchange and the currency you wish to receive, along with the amount. The result gives you an indication of how much money the recipient stands to receive. The chart allows you to view how any two currencies compare against each other over hours, days, weeks or months.

If you wish to view existing exchange rates, refer to the exchange rate table. It gives you the rates under the dedicated sections of majors, EU, Americas, Asia and Africa/Middle East. An example of the table appears below.

Buy currency Currencies Direct Rate Amount you get for NZD$1,000Interbank rate
AUD (Australian Dollars)0.8895889.520.8932
CAD (Canadian Dollars)0.8815881.540.8835
EUR (Euros)0.6019601.870.6029
GBP (Pounds Sterling)0.4683468.320.4694
USD (United States Dollar)0.6784678.380.6794
AED (UAE Dirham)2.49372493.72.4978
CHF (Swiss Franc)0.6551655.050.6591
CZK (Czech Koruna)16.248916248.916.3272
DKK (Danish Kroner)4.48634486.294.4965
HUF (Hungarian Forint)184.9150184915187.1091
ILS (Israeli New Shekel)2.61552615.472.6280
JPY (Japanese Yen)75.46107546175.7903
NOK (Norway Kroner)5.66655666.455.7075
PLN (Polish Zloty)2.56222562.22.5724
RUB (Russian Rouble)45.48804548846.4645
SEK (Swedish Krona)5.57485574.855.5984
TRY (Turkish Lira)1.94391943.861.9510
ZAR (South African Rand)10.329710329.6710.4001

The rates listed in the table are up to date as of 6 January 2018

How much will it cost you to transfer money with Moneycorp?

The fee you pay to send money through Moneycorp depends on the method of delivery, as well as the delivery time you choose. If you initiate a transfer online and opt for standard delivery (2-4 days) you will pay a fee of GBP5. Online transfers, with express delivery (1-2 days) cost GBP9. If you wish to transfer money over the phone, a GBP15 fee applies.

Moneycorp always lists delivery times in working days, which can vary depending on factors such as the currency and the destination bank. For example, express delivery with Indian rupees takes a minimum of two days.

What are the minimum transfer amounts and available countries you can send money to?

The minimum you can send through Moneycorp is GBP50 or its equivalent in another available currency, which includes New Zealand dollars. If you wish to send money using a regular payment plan, a minimum limit of GBP250 applies. The maximum you can transfer in a single transaction is GBP100,000.

The currencies you can send through Moneycorp include:

UAE dirhamAED
Australian dollarAUD
Bahrain dinarBHD
Canadian dollarCAD
Swiss francCHF
Czech korunaCZK
Danish kroneDKK
Pound sterlingGBP
Hong Kong dollarHKD
Croatian kunaHRK
Hungarian forintHUF
Israeli shekelILS
Jordanian dinarJOD
Japanese yenJPY
Kenyan ShillingKES
Kuwaiti dinarKWD
Mexican pesoMXN
Norwegian kroneNOK
New Zealand dollarNZD
Omani rialOMR
Polish zlotyPLN
Qatari riyalQAR
Saudi riyalSAR
Swedish kronaSEK
Singapore dollarSGD
Thai bahtTHB
Tunisian dinarTND
Turkish liraTRY
US dollarUSD
South African randZAR
Romanian LeiRON

Types of transfers you can carry out with Moneycorp

You can turn to Moneycorp to send money overseas in three different ways.

  • One-off payments. Making one-off payments is easy. All you need to do is register for an account, speak to an account manager, agree to the exchange rate and initiate the transfer.
  • Target a rate. If you wish to make the most of fluctuations in foreign exchange rates, you can use Moneycorp for forward contracts and market orders. With forward contracts, you can lock in exchange rates for up to two years. Market orders allow you to target rates not currently available. The exchange is made when it reaches your desired rate.
  • Regular payments. You can use Moneycorp to make automated, scheduled payments. These can go out weekly, monthly or quarterly, as per your requirements.

How to make the registration and transfer process easier

If you wish to use Moneycorp to send money overseas, you have to register as a user first. You can do this easily by visiting the Moneycorp website. To complete the registration process, you will need to provide the following information:

  • Your name, phone number, email address and home address
  • Your date of birth
  • Currency to be exchanged
  • Currency to be exchanged to
  • Amount you will typically send
  • Destination country
  • Reason for transfer
  • A username and password

Once you are registered as a user, you can log in to the secure Moneycorp platform to send money overseas any time, 24/7. You also have the option of speaking to a Moneycorp representative over the phone to initiate a transfer. However, in this case you would have to call an Australian or UK-based number.

How long your transfer takes depends on the option you choose. With the express option, the money should reach the recipient within 1-2 days, and the standard option takes around 2-4 days. In some cases, turnaround time might be longer for the express option.

Moneycorp: the pros and cons


  • Transfer at any time. With access to the secure Moneycorp online platform, you can initiate a currency transfer at any time of the day or night, from anywhere. All you need is access to an Internet-enabled computer.
  • Flat fee. You don’t have to worry about paying a fluctuating fee, as per the amount of currency you wish to send. Instead, you simply pay a flat fee based on the transfer time you select.


  • No local support. You can get online support or speak to a Moneycorp representative over the phone by calling an Australian- or UK-based phone number. However, Moneycorp does not have offices in New Zealand and does not provide local phone support.

What other products and services does Moneycorp offer?

Moneycorp provides an array of corporate and travel money solutions.

  • Corporate. Businesses that deal in foreign exchange can benefit by working with Moneycorp. As a business account holder, you can hold balances in up to 32 different currencies. The services on offer for business clients include spot contracts, forward contracts and market orders. Through its wholesale currency offer, you can benefit from industry-specialised services, bulk currency delivery and bespoke banking.
  • Travel money. If you wish to purchase travel money while in New Zealand you can collect it at a Moneycorp centre or receive it via a multi-currency prepaid Explorer card. You can reserve your travel money online, without having to pay for it upfront and collect it from your specified branch. They also offer a “buyback guarantee”, so if you find you have unspent money, Moneycorp will buy it back so you don’t lose out.

Need some extra support using Moneycorp?

Using Moneycorp to send money overseas may work in your favour, especially with a competitive exchange rate. However, since there are numerous money transfer companies to choose from, make sure you compare a few before committing your money.

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