International Transfers at Bank Beating Rates

International Payments

Why pay bank rates when making international foreign currency payments?

Goldman Bullion can save you up to 80% against high street bank costs on your international transfers

At Goldman Bullion we specialise in international bank to bank transfers and payments. When making such payments through your high street bank you will incurr a high fee and are typically subject to the bank’s counter rate of exchange.


Many companies hide their true fees and claim to be commission free. At Goldman Bullion we are totally transparaent. Your quote will clearly show the live rate and the transaction rate you achieve. By choosing Goldman Bullion as your payment processor you can save between 1% and 5% off the rates provided by high street banks. On a transfer of £100,000 you could save up to £5,000. We have invested heavily in technology and our currency dealing system uses real-time rates to ensure our customers receive the best deals.


Whether you are making a one-off payment, or plan on making regular transfers, our experienced dealers monitor the currency markets to ensure you receive the best exchange rates available. We give you the ability to place regular international payments: mortgage, investments, loan repayments, supplier or customer payments etc.


As foreign exchange specialists, Goldman Bullion is able to offer bank beating exchange rates on your international transfers. Transacting millions of pounds a year for its private and corporate clients, Goldman Bullion offers significant savings to its customers with unbeatable exchange rates and no hidden charges. Our quotes are fully transparent and explain all costs and charges involved.


Goldman Bullion is an FCA regulated payment institution and is bound by strict regulations to protect your money. Goldman Bullion is registered with Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs as a Money Service Business and is committed to complying with all Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorist Financing regulations and legislation.