Dinah, Finance Manager of a Computer Support Company
Kenneth, Accounts at a Tea and Coffee Company
Adrian, Accounts at a Computer Consultancy
Melanie, Finance Manager at an Industrial Supplies Company
Karen, Managing director of a Lighting company
Reza, Director of a Confectionery Company
Turlough, Corporate Controller at a NASDAQ-Listed Pharmaceuticals Company
Nicola, Accounts at an Agricultural Equipment Importer
Bob, Director of an Industrial Tooling Company
Alp, Director of a Food Importer
George, Accountant at a Catering Company
Geraint, Finance Director of a School Trip Company
Caroline, Finance at a Software Company
Rachel, Director of an Office Supplies Company
Brad, Director of a Property Development Company
Nikki, Director of an Adhesives Company
Andrew, Director of a Packaging company
Ben, owner of a Travel Company Owner
Nicky, Accountant at a Packaging Company
Marc, Director of a Construction Company
WE CATER FOR LARGE CORPORATES, SMALL-MEDIUM SIZED ENTERPRISES OR PRIVATE INDIVIDUALS
We tailor our service to your needs
Save up to 5% of the traded amount
Our payment and foreign exchange services are provided by Ebury partners UK Limited
Book today's rate and have the flexibility of paying within two days.
Book today's rate and pay at a later date, up to years in advance. If you do not have a fixed date, then we can book a window forward and you can use the currency over a set time period. There is no limit to how many times you draw-down on your contract.
If you have a target rate for a trade, we can input a digital order for that rate which runs 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Even if your rate becomes achievable for just a second, your order will fill and you will be notified.
Your dedicated Trader will guide you at every step along the way when trading. Even when you are not, they will keep you updated on any significant news and market movements to avoid any unforeseen fluctuations in the rates, meaning you will not have to worry about any unforeseen costs.
Give us a call or send us an e-mail to confirm the rate.
Send your funds to a segregated, ring-fenced account. You will be automatically notified once your funds have been received.
Let us know where to send your currency. You can do this via phone or email.
We send the funds to your beneficiaries swiftly and securely. You will be automatically notified once your funds have been sent.
We believe that the most powerful way of doing business is through referrals, and so we designed a partnership programme to reflect this. You can add value to your core business by facilitating any FX requirement your corporate or personal network may have, through an industry-leading provider.
You can feel comfortable referring business to us knowing that we provide the most simple, secure and cost-effective route for any kind of FX payment. We also have one of the most attractive commission structures in our market, meaning this really is a win-win scenario for you and your network.
Some of our current partners include:
International Property Agents
And many more.
You will be emailed with our exchange rate within 1 hour
We will only call you with your prior agreement. No mailing lists, no phone calls, no nonsense.
Post date: 13/01/2020 11:00
2020 is starting on a positive note in financial markets. News that the US-Iran conflict remains contained for now, prospects for a Us-China trade deal, and good news from the world's major economies pushed stock markets worldwide to record highs. The dollar put in a mixed performance, up sharply against risk havens like the Japanese Yen but down against most major emerging market currencies, the main beneficiaries from the festive mood in markets. This week the focus shifts back to macroeconomics, including US inflation on Tuesday, the UK inflation report and Industrial production in the Eurozone, out on Wednesday, and retail sales in the US, out on Thursday. The publication of the ECB minutes and speeches by central bank officials in both sides of the Atlantic should also provide some volatility.
Governor Carey signalled a more dovish outlook from the Bank of England last week, though the impact on Sterling was limited. However, we think market pricing of a cut in the medium term is not yet justified. We look to the Inflation Report on Wednesday and other second-tier releases to provide evidence that the economy is on firmer ground now that uncertainty over Brexit is much diminished. The large upward revision in the PMI indices of business activity we saw last week already points in this direction. We remain positive on the Pound medium-term prospects.
The turn for the better in Eurozone economic data has gone remarkably unreported, in our view. Last week, December PMI indices of business activity underwent a large upward revision, and the composite index is now firmly within expansionary territory. Retail sales data was also strong, and core inflation at 1.3% remains at the top of the recent range. Negative European rates continue to weigh somewhat on the common currency. We think the ECB minutes for the December meeting this week may alleviate somewhat market concerns about further cuts or increase in QE from the central bank, providing modest support for the common currency.
The labor market report for December provided the best of both worlds for equity markets, with job creation modestly above labor force growth and no sign of wage acceleration. This data pushes any prospect for policy tightening further and further into the horizon, and risk assets in general are reacting accordingly. This week's critical data point will be CPI inflation, out on Wednesday. The core index excluding volatile food and energy components should remain above the Fed 2% target, but without evidence of acceleration in wage growth we expect the central bank to look through this data.
Sovereign International is a company registered in England and Wales (registered number 0935 7987). Our payment and foreign exchange services are provided by Ebury partners UK Ltd.; authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority as an Electronic Money Institution (reference number: 900797). The FCA requires Ebury to meet standards across three areas. Ebury exceeds all three areas:
The levels of capital requirements are based on Ebury's level of activity. The FCA reviews Ebury's capital adequacy on an annual basis.
All client funds are held in segregated accounts, entirely separate from Ebury's own operating accounts, so client funds are always safe.
Ebury has strict governance and operational processes in place to scrutinise the accuracy of each transaction, with appropriate involvement from directors. Compliance with Ebury's governance and processes is regularly audited.