To send international money transfers to Germany, you will need a foreign exchange broker for euros transfer. Please see following live interbank exchange rates for Germany money transfers:
|Canada to Germany||1 CAD = 0.666 EUR||Money transfer to Germany from Canada|
|UK to Germany||1 GBP = 1.118 EUR||Money transfer to Germany from UK|
|USA to Germany||1 USD = 0.878 EUR||Money transfer to Germany from USA|
|Australia to Germany||1 AUD = 0.61 EUR||Money transfer to Germany from Australia|
|New Zealand to Germany||1 NZD = 0.581 EUR||Money transfer to Germany from New Zealand|
|South Africa to Germany||1 ZAR = 0.061 EUR||Money transfer to Germany from South Africa|
|Thailand to Germany||1 THB = 0.029 EUR||Money transfer to Germany from Thailand|
|Turkey to Germany||1 TRY = 0.153 EUR||Money transfer to Germany from Turkey|
|UAE to Germany||1 AED = 0.239 EUR||Money transfer to Germany from UAE|
|India to Germany||1 INR = 0.013 EUR||Money transfer to Germany from India|
Please note: exchange rates above are those used between banks and not available for the average consumer! You have two options when looking to source the best way to transfer money into Germany's currency of EUR. You can use a high street bank or a foreign exchange broker. When comparing services you'll need to check if there are any transaction fees, in addition to the EUR exchange rate being offered. By using a specialist currency broker, you'll often find the money transfer service is fee-free, and can have better than bank exchange rates. Forex brokers also offer benefits over the banks such as dedicated FX managers, the ability to lock in an exchange rate for your euros and low margins.
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