Bank beating exchange rates en swift international transfers

Bank beating foreign exchange rate

You will receive a competitive exchange rate from us with a fixed margin. The margin is always visible in real-time as soon as you want to buy or sell foreign currency.

Multi-currency account

With your multi-currency account, you can send and receive payments all over the world. Easily reduce your transaction costs and increase convenience.

Hedging currency risk

Our experts will assist you in hedging your currency risk. Protect your profit margins from currency fluctuations and improve your budget forecasts.

For companies

Lightning-fast global payments

Pay your international suppliers, logistics companies, personnel, and other partners at lightning speed in 27 currencies worldwide. We are part of the SWIFT network, which makes our service incredibly fast.

Hedging currency risk

Don't let your profit margin be dependent on fluctuations in the currency market. We are happy to work with you to develop a policy for currency management.

Receive global payments

With your multi-currency account, you can not only make payments but also receive 22 different foreign currencies. Convert received currencies to euros or other currencies at a competitive exchange rate.

No transaction fees

We do not charge transaction fees. All costs are covered by the rate margin on the exchange rate. This is transparent and clearly visible with every transaction.

For Individuals

International payments for individuals

When purchasing real estate, art, or investments abroad, you will always receive a competitive real-time exchange rate from us. We ensure that your money arrives on time, all without the complexity of dealing with your own bank.

Your own multi-currency account

Are you selling real estate, a rare car, or art and do you want to receive foreign currency from abroad? All customers of ValutaPartners automatically receive a multi-currency account. You can then easily receive 22 different currencies from around the world.

Opening an account is free and without obligation.

You will receive a fixed margin on the wholesale exchange rate and you will not pay any transaction fees.

Safe and reliable

Currencycloud, our payment provider, has processed more than USD 253 billion in transactions and made payments to over 180 countries since 2012.
Currencycloud has 600 employees and is headquartered in London with offices in New York, Amsterdam, Cardiff en Singapore.​
In December 2021, Currencycloud was acquired by Visa.
Currencycloud is regulated in the UK, Canada, the US, and the EU.

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