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International Payments

Fast, secure international payments with American Express

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Simple, secure International Payments.

With American Express Foreign Exchange Services, making fast, secure international payments is easier than ever.

Outgoing Telegraphic Transfers

A telegraphic transfer is a secure, convenient electronic method of depositing funds directly into an overseas bank account. We can send telegraphic transfers to most countries in the world in over 130 different currencies. 

Bank Drafts

Foreign currency bank drafts enable you to send money overseas quickly and securely when you don’t have your beneficiary’s banking details. Bank drafts are available in over 16 currencies.

How to send a Telegraphic Transfer

In order to send a TT, you'll need to provide Southern Cross Credit Union with the following details of the intended beneficiary:

  • Bank name
  • Bank address
  • Account number
  • SWIFT code or routing number
  • An IBAN* (International Bank Account Number)
  • Beneficiary's name and full street address

* only required if funds are being sent to a European country, including the UK.

With Southern Cross Credit Union's inbound foreign exchange service through American Express, you can now access the information you need to receive money from overseas online.  Generate international transfer details according to the sender country and currency you require then quickly send payment instructions to your overseas sender.

get the Information you need to Receive Money from Overseas

Benefits of the inbound foreign exchange service:

  • Acceptance of transfers from over 100 countries and 16 currencies
  • Competitive exchange rates
  • No fees charged to the recipient account
  • Improved turnaround times for deposits


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For further information, please read the Telegraphic Transfers Product Disclosure Statement (PDS). The information contained in this document has been prepared without taking into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. You should read the PDS and consider the appropriateness of International Payments in relation to your individual requirements.

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