- Posted by Jason on April 30, 2015 in Global Economies Global Money Transfer
Buying currency online is just like buying anything else, but it can sometimes seem confusing and difficult. To help you navigate the deep, dark world of currency exchange, we’re going to take you through a comprehensive “buyer’s guide” to foreign currency.
- Posted by Jason on April 28, 2015 in Global Economies Global Money Transfer
When comparing the AUD to the Rupee regularly, you may notice some occasional swings in value. In fact, the Rupee seems to be slowly gaining on the AUD for now. But what’s behind these swings? We’re going to take you through the top three forces driving the AUD to Rupee exchange rate, as well as some current factors and predictions for the future based on these forces.
- Posted by Jason on March 17, 2015 in Banking
The State Bank of India (SBI) is owned by the Indian government and serves as the largest banking and financial services facility in India. Its headquarters are in Mumbai and has over 16,000 branches across India. In other words, it’s huge. But is it the best option for your banking needs? Let’s take a look.
- Posted by Jason on March 16, 2015 in Banking Global Money Transfer Technology
Moving money between countries can be sluggish and expensive. Rest assured, however, as this can be largely avoided using the right international personal banking service. We’re going to check out your options when it comes to offshore accounts and moving money internationally.
- Posted by Jason on March 15, 2015 in Banking Technology
In recent years, new technology has allowed us to do most of our banking both online and on the go. But how does it work? Is it safe? We’re going to take you through the “ins and outs” of mobile banking.
- Posted by Jason on March 12, 2015 in Banking Global Money Transfer
If you’re looking to invest in the foreign exchange markets, the first thing you’ll need is a currency broker. This is someone that links you, as a buyer (or seller) of foreign currency, with a seller (or buyer) of that same currency. Think of a broker like a middle-man to help you set up the trades you’ll be doing. You’ll need to be careful though – brokers don’t work for free.
- Posted by Jason on March 11, 2015 in Global Money Transfer
Money transfer to Sri Lanka can often be a hassle – there are usually so many options, and many of them have nasty hidden surprises in the way of unexpected fees. We’re going to show you how to get the best deal when changing your Dollars, Pounds or Euros for Sri Lankan Rupees.
- Posted by Jason on March 10, 2015 in Banking Global Money Transfer
Money transfer cards are a service that allow you to take funds from your credit card and deposit it straight into your checking account. You might find this useful if you’re looking for a way to pay off your overdraft or get some quick cash for an emergency. It’s important to be careful though – the devil is in the detail when signing up for a card like this. Make sure you know exactly what you’re getting yourself in for.
- Posted by Jason on March 9, 2015 in Global Money Transfer
Normally, to send money abroad, a risk is involved – after all, who knows if it will make it to the other side intact? These risks can easily be heavily reduced by sending your money through a secure, reputable provider. OrbitRemit offers a number of security measures and gives you plenty of transparent information on your transfer, so you know exactly where your money is at all times.
- Posted by Jason on March 4, 2015 in Global Money Transfer
The value of the Indian Rupee has fallen considerably against the pound, and the Indian Currency Rate has been relatively low (compared to USD and NZD) in recent years. Let’s take a look at the cause of this, and make a prediction as to how the Rupee will fare in the coming year.