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  1. Receive an overseas payment To receive an overseas payment you should provide the sender with the following details: your account number your account name your residential address listed on the account ANZ's full... Date Updated: 05/08/2020
  2. SWIFT code/BIC code When sending or receiving an overseas payment, the SWIFT/BIC code identifies the receiving (recipient) bank or financial institution. ANZ's SWIFT code is ANZBNZ22. Note: If the other party requires... Date Updated: 05/05/2020
  3. International money transfer fees ANZ charges a fee per transaction: $9 via ANZ goMoney and  ANZ Internet Banking (currently there’s no ANZ international money transfer fee to pay for transfers via ANZ goMoney or ANZ... Date Updated: 21/09/2020
  4. International Bank Account Number (IBAN) IBAN stands for International Bank Account Number. It is the standard formatting of an account number used for international payments to countries in the European Union, Middle East and other... Date Updated: 19/12/2017
  5. Information required to send money overseas You will need the following details of the recipient: Full name and address (can’t be a PO Box address) Full account number or  IBAN (International Bank Account Number) SWIFT Code   (also... Date Updated: 22/11/2019
  6. Transfer money overseas in another currency - Internet Banking and goMoney In ANZ Internet Banking and ANZ goMoney, you can select from the following currencies to send money overseas: AUD - Australian Dollar CAD - Canadian Dollar CHF - Swiss Franc DKK - Danish Krone EUR -... Date Updated: 03/05/2018
  7. Transfer money overseas International money transfers (IMTs) can be made through ANZ goMoney, ANZ Internet Banking, ANZ Phone Banking or by contacting us. ANZ goMoney ANZ Internet Banking ANZ Phone Banking  ... Date Updated: 05/08/2020
  8. Finding my recipient’s SWIFT/BIC code SWIFT stands for Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication and BIC stands for Bank Identifier Code. Together they make up the 8-11 character identification code of a bank or... Date Updated: 08/02/2018
  9. Branch number field - transferring money overseas via Internet Banking and goMoney The Branch Number field should contain the unique branch code (also known as National Clearing Code) of the recipient's specific bank branch. Please note that branch number standards and format may... Date Updated: 20/01/2020
  10. Transfer limits when sending money overseas The available funds in the account you're making the payment from On ANZ Internet Banking you can send between NZD100.00 and NZD50,000.00 of the selected currency On ANZ goMoney you can send between... Date Updated: 03/05/2018

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