More bang for the things that matter most.
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We know you think carefully about how you spend your money. So whether you send money overseas to help them celebrate the wedding you can't attend or to pay off that old study debt, you'll now get more bang for your IMT.
Our transaction fee is now just $18 when you use ANZ Internet Banking. That's the lowest of the Big 4 Aussie banks*.
Now you can take advantage of foreign exchange rate movements during the day and lock in the rate that suits you.
You can send local currency to over 60 destinations around the world and major currencies such as US Dollars or Euros to most other countries^.
We've upped the amount you can transfer from $10,000 to $25,000 when you use ANZ Internet Banking#.
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* Correct as at 1 March 2015, based on comparing ANZ, Commonwealth Bank, nab and Westpac fees for sending money overseas using internet banking.
# To take advantage of the new higher limits, you must register for ANZ Shield. ANZ Shield is a free security app for Android and iPhone. It allows you to generate a one time passcode - known as a Shield Code - to authenticate certain ANZ Internet Banking payments and activities. If you're a business customer using ANZ Internet Banking for Business, you will continue to use your existing ANZ Security Device which already provides you with an additional layer of security. ANZ Shield is available for use with ANZ Internet Banking only. For more information visit ANZ Shield.
^ Correct as at February 2015. Using ANZ Internet Banking you can send money to over 99 countries around the world.
Terms and conditions available on application. Fees and charges apply.
The real-time FX rates and $18 transaction fee are applicable for ANZ International Money Transfers arranged via ANZ Internet Banking using an ANZ transaction account or ANZ credit card.
An ANZ International Money Transfer can also be arranged at an ANZ Branch or Foreign Exchange Centre using any eligible ANZ transaction account or by using an ANZ credit card (additional fees and charges may apply if using an ANZ Credit Card for an International Money Transfer) and through ANZ Phone Banking using an ANZ transaction account. Funds are usually available within 2-4 working days but it may take longer for the beneficiary bank to transfer the money into the beneficiary's bank account. Please note that an international money transfer may be subject to commissions, fees and other charges applied at the receiver's end. These commissions, fees or charges will generally be deducted from the funds paid to the receiver.
ANZ does not represent or guarantee that access to ANZ Internet Banking will be uninterrupted. Temporary service disruptions may occur. Technical requirements apply.
ANZ Internet Banking Guarantee: In the unlikely event that you are a victim of fraud, we guarantee that you'll be reimbursed for any unauthorised transactions. This is provided that you have complied with the ANZ Saving and Transaction Products Terms and Conditions (which can be found on www.anz.com).
Any advice does not take into account your personal needs and financial circumstances and you should consider whether it is appropriate for you.
ANZ recommends you read the Terms and Conditions and the Financial Services Guide (which can be found on www.anz.com) before acquiring the product.