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Barclays.Net

Welcome to the Barclays.Net International Payments site

This site contains the following information which you may find useful when making an international payment:

  • Latest news - Refer to the site on a regular basis to keep up to date with changes that may affect you when making international payments (below).
  • Country and currency requirements - Please refer to specific requirements in relation to the country where you are sending your payment to, but also the currency which you are looking to send. This will help to avoid payment delays or returns.
  • General Information - Our General Information section brings together useful additional information you should consider when making an international payment.

Latest news:

Saudi Riyal (SAR)

We have been advised by our correspondent bank in Saudi Arabia that legislation passed prohibits the processing of payments for our Money Service Bureau (MSB) clients. This affects payments in all currencies, not just SAR.

We continue to explore alternatives, but recommend that to avoid delays and protect the experience for our MSB clients that they no longer send payments to Saudi Arabia. Other countries in the region have also recently tightened their approach to processing funds for MSB clients. These countries include Oman, Jordan, Kuwait, Bahrain and Qatar.

Payments sent by Corporates are unaffected.

12 November 2018

Omani Rial (OMR)

We have recently experienced issues with the sending of payments to Oman by our Money Service Bureau (MSB) clients. The situation is being discussed with our correspondent.

We continue to explore alternatives, but recommend that to avoid delays and protect the experience for our MSB clients that they no longer send payments to Oman. Other countries in the region have also recently tightened their approach to processing funds for MSB clients. These countries include Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Kuwait, Bahrain and Qatar

Payments sent by Corporates are unaffected.

12 November 2018

Jordanian Dinar (JOD)

We have been advised by our correspondent bank in Jordan that legislation passed prohibits the processing of payments for our Money Service Bureau (MSB) clients. This affects payments in all currencies, not just JOD.

We continue to explore alternatives, but recommend that to avoid delays and protect the experience for our MSB clients that they no longer send payments to Jordan. Other countries in the region have also recently tightened their approach to processing funds for MSB clients. These countries include Saudi Arabia, Oman, Kuwait, Bahrain and Qatar.

Payments sent by Corporates are unaffected.

12 November 2018

Kuwait Dinar (KWD)

We have recently experienced issues with the sending of payments to Kuwait by our Money Service Bureau (MSB) clients. The situation is being discussed with our correspondent.

We continue to explore alternatives, but recommend that to avoid delays and protect the experience for our MSB clients that they no longer send payments to Kuwait. Other countries in the region have also recently tightened their approach to processing funds for MSB customers. These countries include Saudi Arabia, Oman, Jordan, Bahrain and Qatar.

Payments sent by Corporates are unaffected.

12 November 2018

Bahrain Dinar (BHD)

We have recently experienced issues with the sending of payments to Bahrain by our Money Service Bureau (MSB) clients. The situation is being discussed with our correspondent. 

We continue to explore alternatives, but recommend that to avoid delays and protect the experience for our MSB clients that they no longer send payments to Bahrain. Other countries in the region have also recently tightened their approach to processing funds for MSB clients. These countries include Saudi Arabia, Oman, Jordan, Kuwait Qatar.

Payments sent by Corporates are unaffected.

12 November 2018

Qatari Riyal (QAR)

We have recently experienced issues with the sending of payments to Qatar by our Money Service Bureau (MSB) clients. The situation is being discussed with our correspondent.

We continue to explore alternatives, but recommend that to avoid delays and protect the experience for our MSB clients that they no longer send payments to Qatar. Other countries in the region have also recently tightened their approach to processing funds for MSB clients. These countries include Saudi Arabia, Oman, Jordan, Kuwait and Bahrain.

Payments sent by Corporates are unaffected.

12 November 2018

    Important

    Content held on this site specifically relates to Barclays.Net customers making international payments from an account held in the UK (with Barclays). Customers using an alternative channel to make an international payment should refer to the specific information available for your channel. Please contact your Service Team for advice on the information available to you, and where you can access it.

    Legal Disclaimer

    The information in on this site is correct at the date of publication. It is intended as a general guide only. We recommend you obtain your own independent tax and legal advice tailored to your individual circumstances.

    You must ensure that both you and the person receiving the payment comply with any local and international laws in relation to the payment, including regulatory restrictions, exchange controls and tax obligations. You have sole responsibility for the management of your legal obligations and tax affairs, including making any applicable filings and payments and complying with any applicable laws and regulations, including in relation to taxation.