Transfer money abroad

Transferring money abroad is now much easier. From the same screen, you can transfer money either at home or abroad. This is possible to an IBAN in any of the SEPA countries, as well as to a Bank Code and Account number for non-SEPA countries, that do not work with an IBAN. In some cases, there may be costs associated with your transfer. If this is the case, you will instantly see a cost overview.

 

How do you make a foreign transfer?

Log in to Internet Banking and click on “New Transfer”. You will now see the transfer screen. Here you can choose the foreign currency and the country to which you want to transfer money. Please note! When you are sending money to an IBAN you don’t need to choose the country, this is done automatically. 

Your account must be suitable to be able to make transfers abroad. You may need to adjust your payment profile. 

Edit payment profile

Log into Internet Banking and go to the "Manage" tab. Under "Payment Profile", select "Settings for transfers abroad". Select the appropriate account(s) and toggle the function. 

Please note! After changing your payment profile, for security reasons it will take 2 hours before you can make a transfer abroad.

A single address book for all contacts

You have a single address book for both your local and international contacts. We have added your existing international contacts to this central address book. You can amend or delete your contacts or add new ones.

Transfers to non-SEPA countries

In these countries, you need to take a number of things into account when making a transfer:
  • China
  • Canada
  • Egypt
  • Philippines
  • Hong Kong
  • India
  • Indonesia
  • Jordan
  • Mexico
  • Nepal
  • Thailand
  • Russia
  • United Arab Emirates
  • United States

Sanctions measures foreign countries

As a customer you may encounter sanctions when you transfer money to or receive money from a person or company in a country that is subject to sanctions. Sanctions are measures of the international community against a violation or threat to international peace and security.