International payment solutions that make your life easier, reduce risk and save you money.
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Why choose us?
At Currency UK we combine Award-Winning Customer Service with market-leading tech solutions to ensure you get the support you need, when and where you need it.
Using our open API, you can integrate your Currency UK account in to your existing business processes and software. Making it easier for you to automate payments, to clients or employees, and monitor transactions in real-time.
It also takes the pain out of making multiple international payments. Simply upload a single file with payments for multiple currencies and our plug in will automatically create the individual payments and transact within the relevant FX.
What’s more thanks to our advanced hedging engine, you can even hedge your foreign exchange risk in 200+ currencies.
Award-Winning Customer Service
Multiple Payments in Multiple Currencies
Advanced Hedging Engine
Check out our blog every morning to read our daily market update and see the latest news that will affect your currency transfer rate, so you know what to expect over the coming day/week.
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