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This site contains the following information which you may find useful when making an international payment:
Japanese Yen - JPY is now available as currency for Corporate clients to make international payments from Barclays accounts held in the UK. Please find the below currency guide for more information.
Canadian Dollar – CAD is now available as currency for Corporate clients to make international payments from Barclays accounts held in the UK. Please find the below currency guide for more information.
Barclays will be able to support outward FX payments in ISK from 8th May. This will apply to BI clients only. Currency accounts and inward payments have not been reintroduced due to a continued lack of liquidity in the ISK market. Please be aware, payments can also be made to Iceland in alternative currencies such as GBP, USD and EUR. The cut off time for ISK on Barclays.Net is 16.15 with day after next day value (T+2).
Important: In order to comply with local regulatory requirements in Russia relating to all incoming tax payments, you are requested to start including the Transaction Type Code and the Regulatory Reporting Information.
Please find the below currency guide for more information.
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.
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.