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foreign exchange providers are available in the UK, depending on your requirements really depends on who you chose there after. There are not as many FX providers as before. This is due to high street banks closing this facility on the currency exchange companies forcing them out of business.
Due to this extreme move by banks to increase their profit share, market share and reduce competition plus ultimately forcing consumers and businesses to use the banks foreign exchange service which will over time increase in rates and there is nothing anyone can do about it.

This year 2017 banks in the UK have made record profits from currency exchange service to give you an idea of the sort of money we are talking about. One bank made 183 million just on the transfer fee it charges to send money overseas. To give you an idea of the volume they are dealing with,
One single bank will do 7,320,000 international payments a year where average charge is £25.00 which will average at 183 million in PROFIT.
That is not including the margin rate which is around 3 to 5% which would mean £3000 to £5000 on a £100,000.00 money transfer.

As there are over 50 top banks in the UK all making around 100 million to 200 million in transfer fees alone maybe its time to change and see who is on offer to transfer your money for free.

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