Save on International Money Transfers to Greece ( Euro )

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All the brokers we list on Currency have been vetted by us to ensure your money transfers to Greece are safe and secure. Using our search facility on average, money transfers of sixty five thousand UK Pounds to Euros will buy you 0 Euros extra when compared to your high street banks. Our search results table lists at the top of the listings the best deals in real time.

Q: I need to send a one off payment of 65,000 Euros by bank transfer to Greece. I will be funding this in Sterling GB Pounds. Please can you give me a quote of the total cost to me in Sterling including all fees etc. Thanks Mr M Tebbut 03/07/2013

A: More info here - Making Large one-off Overseas Payments and view real-time quote below:

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Sending funds to Greece

Greece has received its fair share of publicity since the financial crisis struck in 2008 with its economy nose diving, various bailouts and government austerity measures. However, there is no getting away from the fact that Greece possesses some of the most beautiful islands in the world and this continues to make it a popular holiday destination and place for Brits to own second homes.

Almost two-thirds of property investor’s purchase in Crete, the largest island in Greece with many Brits also attracted to the beautiful landscape of Santorini along with its hot climate. Investors looking to purchase in this region of Europe will be all too aware of the requirement to buy and pay in Euros which will often cause a few headaches trying to ascertain the real cost in sterling.  Taking into account currency fluctuations it is always wise to calculate a property price using a rate lower than the headline rate to avoid any nasty surprises when it comes to paying for the property.

When you do agree any deal one of our trusted currency experts will go through your options for securing an exchange rate according to the terms of payment, helping to minimise your risk. Using a foreign exchange broker will also help reduce the hassle of moving your money to Greece and allow you to benefit from a dedicated service that a bank is simply unable to offer.

*Please note the exchange rates displayed in our comparison table are updated regularly throughout the day and are for 'indicative purposes only'. The exchange rate displayed for Greece may not be the exact final dealing exchange rate that you will receive when making an overseas transfer as exchange rates change constantly throughout the day.

All of our featured brokers are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority ("FCA") as a Payment Institution under the Payment Services Regulations 2009 and registered with HM Revenue & Customs as a Money transfer Services Business. Send money online to Greece with complete confidence.



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