Not all currency services are equal. Let us help you save money on your foreign exchange transactions.

Most expatriates have their finances arranged in two, three or even more currencies. Bank accounts, assets, liabilities and responsibilities in different countries mean that most of us soon become very proficient at switching and knowing the exchange rates between the various currencies we use.

For small purchases and transactions we don’t really notice a difference in rates or charges, but for large transfers these can have a significant impact on overall costs. Typically banks will charge a 2% to 4% foreign exchange charge on currency transfers. With more ‘exotic’ currencies this can be significantly higher. These charges hit you in the pocket which is why Infinity has teamed up with Aston Currency Management.

Our partnership agreement gives Infinity clients a significantly better and preferential rate of exchange as well as a number of other key benefits:

  • Tailored service to individual requirements
  • Access to market reports and commentary
  • Prompt payment processing
  • Transparent transaction charges

Aston’s service is for significant foreign exchange transaction involving amounts of at least US$30,000 or the equivalent in any currency. So while that rules out changing up your holiday money it could save you thousands when it comes to major expenses requiring a currency transaction such as:

  • Property Purchase
  • Mortgage payments
  • Asset purchase
  • Salary conversion
  • Quarterly expenses
  • Education expenses
  • Alimony payments

If you would like to find out more about using Aston’s foreign exchange service get in touch today.

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Security and Regulation
All of Aston Currency Management client funds are held in segregated client accounts with major UK banking institutions.
Aston Currency Management are authorised and regulated by the FCA (581992) as an Authorised Payments Institution.
Aston Currency Management are registered with HMRC under the UK’s Money Laundering Regulations (12189141).