If I'm making an International Money Transfer, how do I identify the beneficiary bank I wish to transfer funds to?
There are two ways to identify the beneficiary bank to which you wish to transfer funds.
The first is to contact the beneficiary and obtain their bank’s SWIFT Code. Enter this code on the transfer where indicated. The second is by using the search function available on the International Transfers page in FastNet Classic.
You’ll see you can select a country, city, bank and address in order. Make your selections from the drop down lists you see there. If using this method we recommend you have the beneficiary bank branch address available to ensure you are sending funds to the correct location.
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