Transfer Money to Hungary

If you want to send money to Hungary, get in touch with us to get great customer service and an affordable price. Whether it’s making a purchase abroad or sending money home, we aim to make the process as simple and stress-free for you as possible.

We offer various types of contracts too meaning you get more choice and the chance to make sure you get the deal that best works for you.

Why use Foreign Currency Direct plc?

  • Superb exchange rates We try out hardest to get you the best price possible. We can save you up to 4% when compared to the high street banks. With large or regular transfers, that can add up to thousands.
  • No hidden fees or commission We don’t want to surprise you with any unexpected costs. That’s why we don’t charge commission or have any hidden fees. With us, what you see is what you get.
  • Dedicated account managers We’re not fans of automated systems and call centres, so when you contact us you’ll be put through to an account manager on the dealing floor. This means the whole process will go much more quickly and easily.
  • Guaranteed exchange rates Want to get a rate set in advance? We can do that with our forward and time option contracts meaning you can get some stability within the currency market.
  • IPD (Irrevocable Payment Document) We have our own internationally recognised proof of transfer document to help put your mind at rest.

If you’d like to transfer money to Hungary, we’ll need the following information from you:

  • IBAN
  • Bic OR swift CODE
  • Beneficiary name of account (and address if possible)
  • Bank name (and address if possible)

*Hungarian IBAN’s are 28 characters long, beginning with HU.

Call us straight away on 0800 328 5884 to speak to one of our experts and discuss the kind of transfer you want to make. From there, we can get everything sorted out for you. Alternatively, simply fill out our contact form and one of our dealers will be in touch.

Incorporated in England no. 5082565.    Foreign Currency Direct plc is authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority under the Payment Service Regulations 2009 [FRN 538392] for the provision of payment services.