Making international payments
- Recipient name
- International Bank Account Number (IBAN)
- SWIFT / BIC
- Recipient bank name
- Recipient bank address
Whether you're sending or receiving payments, check what you'll need to hand before choosing one of our convenient international payment solutions.
To make and receive payments overseas you'll have to use an International Bank Account Number (IBAN).
An IBAN is always used in conjunction with a Bank Identifier Code (BIC) - a sequence of numbers and letters which identifies a bank and branch.
Use our checker tool to be sure that your IBAN is valid before sending a payment.