|ABN AMRO||MIN. TRANSFER||SPEED||FX MARGIN RATE||*GUIDE RATES||MORE DETAILS|
|GBP £ - to EUR||NO MINIMUM||5/7 DAYS||5.0%||€1.11|
|EUR € - to GBP||NO MINIMUM||5/7 DAYS||5.0%||£0.813|
|BROKER RATES||MIN. TRANSFER||SPEED||FX MARGIN RATE||*GUIDE RATES||MORE DETAILS|
|GBP £ - to EUR||From £100||From 1 DAY||From 0.7%||€1.16|
|EUR € - to GBP||From £100||From 1 DAY||From 0.7%||£0.85|
Table *GUIDE RATES are updated daily (Monday to Friday) at 09:00 GMT.
Answer: Using ABN AMRO services, the exchange rates shown are typical. All banks have individual rates and commission structures for international currency transfers. Find the latest exchange rates for an overseas bank using our Bank Rate Comparison below:
Save on the exchange rate conversion when transferring money overseas from your ABN AMRO bank account in euros, UK pounds & other currencies. ABN AMRO international money transfers to or from the Netherlands have higher transaction charges, due to a less competitive exchange rate offered by ABN AMRO. Skip to: Netherlands Money Transfer Specialists
Typically, sending funds to or from your ABN AMRO account in euro, UK pounds or US dollar overseas bank account will involve a margin rate of 5.0% – much higher than most currency broker rates (typically 0.7 to 1.0%).
Sending foreign currency to or from your ABN AMRO bank account in the Netherlands needn’t be a complex matter, moreover, you can save time and money when you use a specialist currency broker instead.
Specialist foreign exchange companies including our recommended providers here can save you money and time on the transaction. Our recommendations are based on international coverage and office locations together with the lowest foreign exchange margin rates offered.
Example: A typical overseas currency transfer of 100,000 euros (EUR) using ABN AMRO services would have a transaction exchange rate margin of around 5.0% – or 5,000 EUR. Using a specialist broker, in this example TorFX – the exchange rate margin would work out at 0.7% – or only 700 EUR in total, which is a large saving over the bank service.
International money transfers from ABN AMRO could take longer to arrive than using a private currency exchange provider and you will also need to be an existing ABN AMRO bank account holder to use their services. ABN AMRO may additionally charge a flat rate commission fee when sending money abroad into another currency and bank transfer commission fees vary depending on the amount you need to transfer. Private brokers offer commission free currency transfers, typically over a value of 5000 euro.
Unless you pay a premium, ABN AMRO’s service will take from 5 to 7 days for your funds to arrive at the destination bank. Private foreign exchange companies typically complete the transaction either same day, or next day.
Created in 1720, ABN AMRO Bank NV is a Dutch bank and is one of Holland’s biggest and oldest banks, with over 3,000 local banking branches in Holland and abroad, serving both local and international customers.