Moving abroad is a life changing experience

A dream for many can seem daunting in more than a few ways. With moneycorp as our preferred international payments partner, we will help you along the way and take the stress out of the process of being an expat in a foreign country.

Don’t lose out when you exchange currency

If you have savings, income or family outside Europe, you may need to move money internationally. We work with moneycorp to help you make the most with free guidance, fixed rates and fee-free transfers for FrenchEntree readers, for life! The services of moneycorp are free and you can start using them at the very early stages of your search. In fact it is recommended you look into it at the very beginning of your journey. Some buyers can leave it until the last minute to organise their finances and end up using the high street bank, this can be very expensive.

When you send money to people back home you want to know what your euros are worth when they reach their destination. That's why it's so important to use a currency expert, who can offer fixed rates for up to two years. Locking in a current rate with a Forward Contract may require a deposit, and while using your bank may seem easier, it could cost you significantly more. With fluctuating rates, transfer fees and hefty commission, use moneycorp instead  instead and exchange your currency with confidence. The exchange rate examples below (taken on 7th November 2019) demonstrates what you would receive if you exchange £100,000:

Great exchange rates

moneycorp typically offer better exchange rates than the high street bank: you can save almost €5,000 on a transfer of £100,000.

Expert Guidance
You will have access to a foreign exchange expert at moneycorp who will assess your deadlines, budget and expectations and will explain your options as early in the process as you want. You could even fix a rate of exchange in advance of a payment –up to two years before a payment is due.
Flexible options

With moneycorp you would be offered different ways to manage your foreign exchange and make your payments. Over the telephone or using a 24/7 online platform you would be able to fix a rate in advance of a payment, place a market order to track a specific rate or set a plan to deal with smaller payments.

No transfer fees

High street banks can charge up to £40 every time you send money abroad. moneycorp has an exclusive offer for French Entrée by which you are not charged any transfer fees for your international payments, regardless of the amount or method of purchase.

Safe and Secure

All client funds are safeguarded in segregated client bank accounts. Personal information is always kept safe for peace of mind.

Explorer Travelcard

When you open an account with moneycorp you will be given access to a pre-paid explorer card with great rates of exchange in your travel money and no fees when using ATMS whilst you are in France looking for properties.


Save money with the exchange experts

Open an account today and see what you can save    

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 "The most remarkable thing about using moneycorp is how easy they make the whole process for you. It's simple to open an account and, afterwards, you have direct access to your personal dealer - along with their great exchange rates, it's such a massive difference from using the bank."

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