What is an International Money Transfer (IMT)?
An International Money Transfer is an electronic transfer of funds in a specific currency and amount, to a friend, relative, or company overseas.
The person or company you are paying is known as a beneficiary.
The bank the funds are being sent to is known as the beneficiary bank.
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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 ...
Yes. The easiest way to send an International Money Transfer from your ASB account is with FastNet Classic. You'll need ...
FastNet International is required where you are creating an IMT from a Foreign Currency account and / or will be ...