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International transfers to/from the United States

To send a transfer to a bank account in the United States:

  • If transferring in USD, you'll need the beneficiary's account number and routing number (ACH or Wire)
  • In other currencies, you'll need the beneficiary's account number and BIC code

If using an ABA number, there's an increased risk of payment failure, which is why we don't recommend it. Failed transfers will incur a processing fee by the intermediary banks.

There's no maximum limit for transactions to the United States. Transfers could take up to 5 working days to complete.

To receive a transfer from the US, provide the sender with your account details.

Local USD account details are provided to businesses registered in the US only. If your account is registered elsewhere, you should provide the sender with the IBAN and BIC/SWIFT code from the currency account in which you wish to receive the money. Transfers in USD are always free and don't count towards your plan allowance.