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SMBC Group is active in all major European and global currencies, and offers specialist knowledge of the Japanese market.

Last update:

Thursday 18 August 2022

The following foreign currency remittance rates are published at the start of each business day for customers (in EU / EEA countries only) to determine the conversion rate applied for low value remittances. In the event of high volatility, the table may be re-issued during the business day to reflect current market rates.

  Currency Currency GBP Currency EUR EUR Currency
AED 4.4164 3.7318 0.2680
AUD 1.7390 1.4697 0.6804
CAD 1.5555 1.3148 0.7606
CHF* 1.1460 0.9686 1.0324
CNY 8.1845 6.9194 0.1445
CZK 29.0300 24.5360 0.0408
DKK 8.7986 7.4379 0.1344
EUR 1.1829 - -
GBP - 0.8452 1.1829
HKD 9.4322 7.9718 0.1254
HUF 476.7400 403.0800 0.0025
JPY 162.6000 137.4400 0.0073
KWD 0.3858 0.3284 3.0451
MXN 24.0946 20.3597 0.0491
NOK 11.7219 9.9068 0.1009
NZD 1.9191 1.6222 0.6164
PLN 5.5119 4.7079 0.2124
QAR 4.3771 3.7131 0.2693
RON 5.7704 4.8792 0.2050
RUB 164.8460 60.5396 0.0165
SAR 4.5133 3.8106 0.2624
SEK 12.5323 10.5934 0.0944
SGD 1.6644 1.4065 0.7110
USD 1.2025 1.0161 0.9842
ZAR 20.1195 17.0126 0.0588

A maximum margin of 3% is applied for all remittances of less than US$10,000 or equivalent. For remittances in excess of US$10,000, customers should contact their marketing officer or our Treasury Department customer desk for a quotation.

For remittances in Bulgarian Lev, Estonian Kroon, Icelandic Krona, Latvian Lats, Lithuanian Litas or other EEA currencies not shown, please contact your marketing officer directly.

*Although CHF is a non-EEA currency, for the purposes of the Payment Services Directive it is the nominated currency for Liechtenstein.

The exchange rates listed on this page are published at the start of each business day for customers in EU / EEA countries only. SMBC Group has taken reasonable measures to ensure the accuracy of the exchange rates on this page, however, do not guarantee their accuracy, and will not accept liability for any loss or damage which may arise directly or indirectly from the exchange rates including, without limitation, any loss of profit, which may arise directly or indirectly from use of or reliance on such information. In case of any inaccuracy and, for the avoidance of doubt, the exchange rate applicable to any transaction shall be the market exchange rate for the currency in question as at the time any such transaction is concluded.