Germany is one of the top remittance recipients, with an inflow of $11.6 billion in 2010 and the UK to Germany is one of the country’s significant money transfer corridors. If you need to transfer money from the UK to Germany, Xendpay will enable you to make the money transfer cheaply and simply. Thanks to you will be able to transfer money to Germany 24/7 via a secure and user friendly online payments platform. We also help you to reduce the costs when transferring money to Germany as our transfer fees are some of the lowest on the market and our Euro exchange rate will be highly competitive.  Please visit our fee page to find out more.

Restrictions on money transfers from the UK to Germany

Transferring money to Germany will be really simple as currently there are no currency restrictions on Euro money transfers to or from Germany.

You will however be required to supply us with some information to process the payment. We will need to know;

IBAN numbers and BIC/SWIFT codes can usually be found on a bank statement or other paperwork. A IBAN number for Germany will generally be 22 characters.

Here is an example of what an IBAN number and SWIFT code will look like.

IBAN number: 

SWIFT code:
DE89 3704 0044 0532 0130 00   DEUTDEBB101

Important information when transferring Euros to Germany.

Xendpay is a money transfer service that operates on foreign exchange so you will not be able to complete a same currency transfer. When you are transferring Euros to Germany from the UK you will therefore need to pay in an alternative currency to the Euro, such as the Pound.

Although we make your money go further by offering a market leading Euro exchange rate and charging some of the lowest transfer fees, the recipient bank may charge an administration charge for accepting the international transfer. Unfortunately we have no control over this fee and the charge will be deducted from the funds being transferred, which would reduce the amount that is credited to the recipient’s bank account.

Transfer money from the UK to Germany.