XE Money Transfer
XE is a Canada-based company that began operations in 1993. This OFX competitor merged with HiFX in 2019. XE provides services for individuals and businesses. Outside of Canada, it has offices in the U.S. and the UK. It operates dedicated websites for different countries which you can access in various languages. Personal transfers carried out through XE Money Transfer attract no fees.
Launched in 2011, TransferWise is an international money transfer provider. It was setup by Skype’s first employee and has the backing of major investors such as Richard Branson. TransferWise is growing fast, offering a simple and fast solution to transferring money globally online. It allows local bank settlement, as well as the use of Debit or Credit Cards. This is unique amongst the TransferWise competition. Read the iCompareFX TransferWise review here.
Since it began operations in 2010, WorldRemit has processed millions of fund transfers to more than 125 countries. It lets residents of 50 countries register as customers. Other than its headquarters in the UK, this company also has offices in the U.S., Canada, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. You can use its website in English as well as French and Spanish. Find out more in this WorldRemit review.
SendFX is headquartered in Australia. You may register with this alternative to TransferWise as an individual or a business. Once you sign up, you get access to the SendFX digital wallet, which you may use to hold funds and transact in more than 40 countries. The company provides fee-free personal transfers for residents of Australia. You may use the SendFX money transfer website only in English.