An International Money Transfer (IMT) is a fast, secure and convenient electronic payment method of transferring funds around the world (also known as Telegraphic Transfers).
- Global - IMTs are accepted in a comprehensive range of destinations and in a large number of currencies
- Secure - transfers are made via an authenticated electronic network
- Timely - payments may be made up until the day they're due for same day receipt (in most cases) to the payee
- Transfers can be made direct to a specified bank.
NB. Payment-related information, such as sales contracts or invoice numbers, can also be included within the payment message.
If a business requests an IMT via ANZ Direct Online* they are required to provide:
- The full name and address of the recipient
- The full name and address of the overseas bank.
If the funds are being sent to a specific bank account, you'll also need to provide:
- The recipient's full account number details
- If you're sending funds to a European Union (EU) country, the recipient must give you their international bank account number (IBAN).
Other helpful information, if applicable:
- The telephone number of the recipient
- The SWIFT code of the overseas bank
- Any other bank codes applicable to the receiving bank that the recipient may have provided to you.
The sender should contact their local bank and ask to send an IMT. You will need to provide them with instructions:
How to apply
For more information or to apply for an IMT, contact an ANZ Trade Specialist:
Call 0800 ANZ TRD (0800 269 873)
Fees, charges, terms and conditions apply.
*Only available to ANZ customers who have registered for these services.
ANZ Phone Direct is only available to accounts with a single signatory.
ANZ Phone Direct International Services - transactional dollar limits apply.
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