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About ANZ International Money Transfers

As one of Australia’s big four banks ANZ can help you move your money across borders quickly and efficiently. ANZ allows you to transfer money to over 60 currencies. With ANZ you have the option of doing your international money transfer yourself via online banking anytime of the day or night, or if you need some extra help you can do it over the phone or in person at one of ANZ’s foreign exchange centres.

ANZ IMT Exchange rates

Rates and fees verified as correct at 27 February, 2017. Other information correct at the time of writing.

Looking to transfer your money today? See below the table listing out the exchange rates you’ll get for some of the most popular currencies.

Currency At today's ANZ Rate, 1 AUD buys* For 10,000 AUD recipient will get
United States Dollars (USD) USD
USD 0.7371 USD 7,358
Euros (EUR) EUR
EUR 0.6928 EUR 6,916
Great Britain Pounds (GBP) GBP
GBP 0.5854 GBP 5,843
Canadian Dollars (CAD) CAD
CAD 0.9668 CAD 9,651
Danish Krone (DKK) DKK
DKK 5.156 DKK 51,467
Hong Kong Dollars (HKD) HKD
HKD 5.72 HKD 57,097
Indian Rupee (INR) INR
INR 48.789 INR 487,012
Japanese Yen (JPY) JPY
JPY 82.87 JPY 827,208
New Zealand Dollars (NZD) NZD
NZD 1.028 NZD 10,261
Norwegian Krone (NOK) NOK
NOK 6.112 NOK 61,010
Philippine Peso (PHP) PHP
PHP 36.56 PHP 364,942
Saudi Riyal (SAR) SAR
SAR 2.747 SAR 27,421
Singapore Dollars (SGD) SGD
SGD 1.033 SGD 10,311
South African Rand (ZAR) ZAR
ZAR 9.3685 ZAR 93,516
Swedish Krona (SEK) SEK
SEK 6.591 SEK 65,791
Swiss Francs (CHF) CHF
CHF 0.74 CHF 7,387
Thai Baht (THB) THB
THB 25.695 THB 256,487
UAE Dirham (AED) AED
AED 2.6898 AED 26,850

Transferring money overseas with ANZ bank

If there is a country you need to send money to, in all likelihood ANZ can help. Whether you’re sending money to a relative or purchasing property you’ll need to know the following:


ANZ IMT Products

Using ANZ for your personal international money transfers is all about convenience. You can use the same platform for multiple currencies and when you log on to your internet banking you’ll see what the live rates are on offer for the currency you wish to transfer. This makes it easier for you to time your transfer when it suits you, knowing the rate that you’ll get.

International money transfers using online banking with ANZ will be subject to your regular pay anyone limit for internet banking.

For more complex transfers or transfers involving large amounts, you might want the assistance from one of ANZ’s foreign exchange specialists to help coordinate your transfer. One option could be a forward exchange contract which enables you to lock in a future transfer at an agreed rate. ANZ’s dedicated International Payments Support Centre can be reached by calling 1800 681 683.



Why choose ANZ for transferring money internationally?

In Australia there are a range of international money transfer providers you can choose from specialist foreign exchange providers to big banks like ANZ, here’s why you might want to consider using ANZ for your next IMT:


How to transfer money with ANZ

In order to transfer money internationally with ANZ you must be an ANZ customer. You can set up an account with ANZ online or at any one of their branches in Australia. You’ll need to provide the regular identification documentation to set up an account such as passport and drivers license. Once your account is set up and you register for internet banking you’ll be good to go.

To send a payment you’ll need the following information:


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* The exchange rates offered by each provider are indicative exchange rates that have either been supplied by each provider or gathered by Mozo. Exchange rates fluctuate constantly and as a consequence the exchange rates listed here may vary to the actual exchange rate you are quoted by a provider. Please ensure you confirm the actual exchange rate with the relevant provider prior to conducting any transaction. These exchange rates are updated every hour.