Products and Solutions
Our comprehensive range of international payment products and currency tools help make sending money abroad cost-effective and hassle-free.
RationalFX offer several different currency products that will help you transfer money to and from the UK securely and efficiently. Whether you want to make a one-off payment or set up regular transactions, our currency experts will help you find the most effective FX payment solution, helping you to reduce costs when you send money abroad.
Secure an exchange rate to make your international payment within two working days. Spot Contracts are ideal if you need to make a payment urgently or if the current exchange rate is in your favour.
Forward Contracts allow you to secure today’s exchange rate for up two years, helping you to forecast any international payment costs and protect your transfers from currency fluctuations.
Sending money abroad frequently? Whether you’re repaying an overseas mortgage, paying bills, education fees or transferring your pension abroad, save time and money with our Regular Payments Plan.
Using a Limit Order can be an effective way of getting a better exchange rate. Nominate a currency rate you want to make your payment at and we’ll purchase the funds on your behalf once that rate is reached.
Our Stop Loss product can help you to reduce risk and limit losses. Set your worst case scenario exchange rate and if the market price falls, the stop loss will trigger, helping to prevent further losses.
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With RationalFX, you can send money to over 50 currencies to more than 170 countries worldwide. We’ve helped over 26,000 individuals to make the most of their international payments, saving them time and money.
Interested in working with us? Speak to one of our currency specialists on +44 (0) 20 7220 8167, open an account or request a quote and one of our team will be in contact with you shortly.
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