There are a number of different ways that you can send money to Finland, with the best one available to you often depending on your personal circumstances.
Whether you are looking to send money to Finland to pay for a home, to transfer your pension or simply to send money to your family and friends, it is recommended that you research the best way of transferring your cash.
You can either transfer money to Finland through a bank, a Money Sending Bureau or a foreign exchange broker, with the potential to save a considerable sum up resting on your final decision.
For those that are looking to transfer money to a bank in Finland, such as the Kronoby Andelsbank or Alastaron Osuuspankki, then one convenient option would be to arrange a bank transfer through your bank.
This can generally be set up with one visit to your local bank or a phone call. Unfortunately, with convenience comes cost, with the likelihood that significant per-transfer fees will be imposed on every transaction you make.
Added to this, the chances are you will not get particularly favourable foreign exchange rates on the Euro, all of which means that those looking to send money to Finland on a regular basis could end up paying a considerable amount more than they intended.
Another option is to utilise services from a Money Sending Bureau. This could be a good option for those looking to send money to Finland to recipients that do not possess a bank account.
But be warned, the per-transfer fees involved in this method can be as high as 15 per cent and the Euro exchange rate could, once again, be relatively poor.
You could save money when making money transfers to Fin land with Xendpay. We offer a cheap, convenient and secure way of transferring money 24/7 online to Finland.
With Xendpay the transfer fees are always low and we strive to offer market leading exchange rates accross our range of currencies, so you will get a great return for your money when you make your transfers via Xendpay.com
Open an account with Xendpay now to start sending money to Finland.