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International Fund Transfer – Faster, Simpler and Smarter for 6 countries zones

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International Fund Transfer – Faster, Simpler and Smarter for 6 countries zones

Standard Chartered Digital Banking makes international fund transfer easier

Remit funds around the world in a few easy steps. From adding payee to tracking remittance status, transfer 24 currencies with ease around the globe all in one go! Watch the tutorial video to learn more.

Euro zone countries

Euro zone countries include Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lichtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Republic of Ireland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.

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Learn more about International Fund Transfer via SC Mobile.

Watch the tutorial video now.

Download SC Mobile App Now

Transfer funds overseas online as shown below:



Step 1

1. Select “Transfer” > “International Transfers”
2. Select “Add Payee”
3. Select “Payee Type” and “Bank Country / Region”



Step 2

1. Enter the SWIFT/local clearing code or search it by name, city and branch
2. Click “CONTINUE”



Step 3

1. Input payee details
2. Review and click “SAVE”



Step 4

1. Enter 6-digit SC Mobile Key and “CONFIRM”
2. New payee added!



Step 1

1. Select “Transfer” > “International Transfers”
2. Select “Payee”



Step 2

1. Select “debit account”
2. Input transfer amount
3. Set transfer date
4. Select “who to pay the transfer charges”



Step 3

1. Review your transfer details and swipe to transfer
2. Transfer submitted!

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SC MOBILE APP

Manage your finances on the go

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Remarks:

  1. Please read the Important Notes related to our digital remittance service.
  2. The digital remittance service is bound by the related Terms and Conditions. For details, please click here.

Risk Disclosure Statement

  • Foreign Exchange:
    • Foreign exchange involves risks. Fluctuation in the exchange rate of a foreign currency may result in gains or significant losses in the event that the customer converts deposit from the foreign currency to another currency (including Hong Kong Dollar).
  • RMB Deposit Service:
    • Renminbi (“RMB”) exchange rate, like any other currency, is affected by a wide range of factors and is subject to fluctuations. Such fluctuations may result in gains and losses in the event that the customer subsequently converts RMB to another currency (including Hong Kong Dollar); and
    • RMB is currently not freely convertible and conversion of RMB through banks in Hong Kong is subject to restrictions specified by the Bank and regulatory requirements applicable from time to time. The actual conversion arrangement will depend on the restrictions prevailing at the relevant time.

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