Save on International Money Transfers to New Zealand (New Zealand Dollar)

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All the brokers we list on Currency have been vetted by us to ensure your money transfers to New Zealand are safe and secure. Using our search facility on average, money transfers of one hundred and seventy thousand UK Pounds to New Zealand Dollars will buy you 0 Dollars 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.

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The country where sheep outnumber humans by a ratio of 13 to one is well known for is spectacular landscapes and natural beauty. It is also famous for its rugby team the all blacks and lamb, one its biggest exports and perhaps one of the temptation for the 50,000 Brits that move there every year.

It has been regularly reported that the country is crying out for skilled workers under 30 with visas being granted for up to five years. On the other hand pensioners looking to retire there will need to make a substantial investment in the economy to stay there permanently, made even more expensive in recent years by a big decline in the value of the pound. In fact since the start of 2009 when the rate was $3 NZD to the pound the exchange rate has dropped dramatically to its current level of 1.92 (7th Nov 2013) wiping 32% off its value and increasing the cost of moving there by nearly a third. This means that those Brits brave enough to move there on a permanent basis need to be even savvier about exchanging their hard earned pounds in to New Zealand dollars.

Thankfully our website allows you to search for the best deal by comparing exchange rates between the top six most trusted foreign exchange experts in the UK. They all provide a slightly different range of services, so we have built a comparison table that allows you to choose the one that best caters for your individual needs. Brought to you by a team of experts including a well respected ex foreign exchange dealer, our website will help simplify the currency transfer process and make your move to New Zealand that little bit less stressful.

*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 New Zealand 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 New Zealand with complete confidence.



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