Sending UK pounds GBP to PLN destined for a Polish bank, or perhaps you’ll need to transfer Polish zloty back to your bank account in the United Kingdom? Whatever your situation, whether you’re in the UK, Poland, Germany, Denmark or anywhere in Europe and need to convert your currency, using a foreign exchange specialist will save you precious time and money opposed to using a regular high street bank.
In order to find out just how much money you can save when you are sending money to Poland, the comparison table below lists Poland’s most popular banks, together with up to date UK pound (GBP) to Polish zloty (PLN) transfer exchange rates, based on sending £5,000 pounds to a Polish bank account:
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*Note: A lower FX Rate will give a better exchange rate when transferring money to/from Polish zloty (PLN), euro (EUR) and other popular currencies. The recommended foreign exchange companies listed on our website can save you money and time with your international currency transfer requirements.
Using your bank: Sending £100,000 UK pounds sterling to Bank Millennium in Poland via Natwest bank UK and you would receive approx. Polish zloty to your Polish bank account. Your bank will also charge a fee to make the transfer.
With WorldFirst: Sending the same amount from your UK bank account using WorldFirst to make the transfer to a Bank Millennium account in Poland and you would receive Polish zloty to your Polish bank account. Commission free transfer.
Using WorldFirst, your total saving would amount to a massive Polish zloty. (Exchange rate calculations are updated at 09:00 GMT weekdays. Please check with your FX broker or bank for an exact quotation).
WorldFirst is one of the leading foreign exchange companies in the UK and was founded in 2004 with the sole aim of improving the experience clients have when transferring money around the world. Whether buying property overseas, transferring a pension or salary, or simply making a one-off international payment, WorldFirst ensures the process is smooth, hassle-free and cost efficient.
Following remarkable success, WorldFirst has become the fastest growing, and now one of the largest currency brokers in the UK. They are authorised by the FCA, and have an A1 credit rating from Dun and Bradstreet; the highest possible rating for a company of their size. Client funds are safeguarded and held in segregated accounts, and they have strong financials which they are extremely transparent with.