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UK Money Transfer Companies List for 2022

submitted on 25 October 2022
A money transfer company is exactly what it sounds like - it's a place to send and receive money, but with a particular focus on foreign currency. Whilst there is no single best provider in the UK, some money transfer companies seek to solve different problems than others. Here are 20 of the most significant money transfer companies in UK.

Currencies Direct

Founded in 1995, Currencies Direct is an experienced money transfer company that has a broad approach to currency solutions. With no wire fees, competitive rates, and a minimum transfer of £100, the service is suited to small businesses and freelancers. However, the service-orientated dealers are specialists in larger transfers.

Headquarters: 1 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London E14 5AA, UK


TorFX is known for its highly credible reputation and quick onboarding process. The firm was established in the UK in 2004 but has grown to become a large FX provider in the EU and Australia. Whilst it’s popular among corporate clients, the company has received luxurious expat awards.

Headquarters: Pz360, St Mary's Terrace,Penzance, Cornwall, TR18 4DZ, UK


Founded in 2012, Azimo is a money transfer company that focuses on low-cost remittance. Whilst it’s generally more expensive than some of its competitors, it is both fast and convenient, with a general focus on outcompeting highstreet banks.

Headquarters: London, England, United Kingdom


Despite only being founded 7 years ago in 2015, Revolut rapidly rose to global notoriety for their convenience-driven approach to foreign exchange. Very quickly, Revolut became the UK’s first unicorn company, which is now worth over $33 billion. The service focuses on fast, free multi-currency accounts with low minimums and a debit card that can be used abroad. To unlock higher transfer limits, a subscription model is in place.

Headquarters: 7 Westferry Circus, Canary Wharf, London, England, E14 4HD.


Moneycorp is an industry veteran having been operating since 1979. The company has a very good reputation and a large presence in the market. With reasonably low minimum transfer requirements of £50 yet a focus on specialising in business solutions, Moneycorp has become a reliable company for SMEs around the world.

Headquarters: Zig Zag Building, 70 Victoria St, Westminster, London SW1E 6SQ, UK


Payoneer is a large, multinational merchant service provider designed to send and receive payments without the need for a merchant account. Payoneer has more in common with PayPal than it does with an FX specialist, but it remains an influential provider within the e-commerce space.

Headquarters: New York, New York, United States

Currency Solutions

Currency Solutions is almost 20 years old and has one of the highest satisfaction scores on TrustPilot of any FX specialist. The website and signing up process is often reviewed as being a key positive, but with a proficient trading team and a £1,000 minimum transfer, they are specialists in large sophisticated international money transfer from the UK. This is also the go-to company for Brazilian transfers.

Headquarters: 21 Queen Elizabeth St, London SE1 2PD


Skrill is a mobile wallet similar to Revolut and Wise. Operational since 2001, Skrill is more than just transferring currency, but is used to shop online and with a linked Visa card. However, Skrill comes with a pricier currency conversion fee than many of its competitors, being around 3.99%.

Headquarters: 25 Canada Square, London, United Kingdom

Global Reach

Global Reach, like Currency Solutions, is designed for large transfers but with a focus on the UK, EU, and Canada. With two decades of experience and higher client reviews, Global Reach is known for its highly regarded FX guidance and expertise through its dedicated dealers.

Headquarters: 20 Wood St, London EC2V 7AF


OFX is a credible money transfer company with a vast selection of 190 currencies supported. Although OFX is an Australian company, they are regulated by the FCA and have an office in London. The 24/7 customer support and global nature of OFX make it a popular choice for those wanting to build a relationship with a large provider.

Headquarters: Level 19, 60 Margaret St Sydney NSW 2000 Australia


Despite being headquartered in Brussels, Wise is a British money transfer company similar to Revolut. Although they’re a few years older, Wise remains a popular unicorn company that has a fully online journey with transparent pricing and a vast global presence. The best money transfers with Wise are generally with smaller amounts.

Headquarters: 17 Avenue Marnix, 1000 Brussels, Belgium


WorldRemit is a 24/7 money transfer company with competitive rates, no minimum transfer amounts, and a large global presence with over 150 supporting countries. Flat fees are often charged, but at lower rates than highstreet banks and transparent pricing.

Headquarters: 62 Buckingham Gate, Westminster, London, UK

Halo Financial

Halo Financial is a fairly small but highly bespoke financial. Halo has won awards such as the Feefo 2020 Platinum Trusted Provider despite only having one UK office. Halo is suited for clients who want regular currency updates, predictions, and curated customer service.

Headquarters: Battersea Studios 2, 82 Silverthorne Rd, Nine Elms, London SW8 3HE

Starling Bank

Founded in 2014, Starling Bank is a challenger bank, not necessarily a currency specialist, but they have become a popular choice of bank due to their favourable overseas services. Exchange rates come with a small 0.4% fee and “small delivery fee” - but paying overseas with the debit card can be much cheaper than a traditional bank.

Headquarters: 3rd Floor, 2 Finsbury Avenue, London EC2M 2PP


Monese is a digital bank created in 2015 that focuses on services within the UK and Eurozone. With a slick app and banking benefits without a proof of residency, many opt for Monese due to it being accessible. However, transfer fees aren’t as low as some FX specialists and there are no deposit guarantees due to them having no banking license.

Headquarters: 1 King Street, City of London, United Kingdom


Powered by Currency Cloud, SpartanFX is a very new and very small operation that is yet to build a reputation. Despite this, they are already operating all over the world, offer 40 currencies, and conduct transfers both online and over the phone. Their focus is on larger, sophisticated transfers.

Headquarters: Pixel Business Centre, 110 Brooker Road, Waltham Abbey, Essex, EN9 1JH , UK


CurrencyFair is an Irish company with offices around the world, including the UK. Charging both a fixed fee and markup, CurrencyFair is usually preferred for medium sized transfers as opposed to small. Their network covers 157 countries and has an interactive cross-platform app.

Headquarters: Colm House, 91 Pembroke Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin, Ireland

World First

Founded in 2004, World First is one of the cheapest FX providers on the market and is targeted towards larger transfers and as a way to transfer money abroad from UK to a bank account abroad. Their speciality, despite being in the UK, is with Asian transfers. World First are regulated by 6 global regulators, making them extremely credible.

Headquarters: Millbank Tower, 21-24 Millbank, London, SW1P 4QP, UK


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