Wire Transfer To Ghana
To wire transfer funds to Ghana, you will typically need to provide the recipient’s account number and the bank’s SWIFT code, as well as any other necessary information such as the name of the bank and branch. Some banks may also require the recipient’s name, IBAN number and the bank’s BIC/SWIFT code. It’s important to check with your bank or online banking platform to confirm their specific requirements and fees for wire transfers to Ghana. Some banks may also require additional documentation, such as proof of identity or proof of funds. The process usually takes a few business days to complete and some fees may apply for both the sender and the recipient. It’s also important to be aware of the regulations and laws regarding international money transfers to Ghana. It’s also important to note that the recipient may need to pay taxes or other fees related to receiving the money. It’s always advisable to double check with your bank or the receiving bank in Ghana for their specific requirements and fees.
RemitM is registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), the UK’s independent authority set up to uphold information rights in the public interest.
All clients’ funds are held in a dedicated client account separate from RemitM’s funds, in line with our regulatory framework and consistent with good practice.
We earn no interest from holding client funds, as your payments and transfers are not held by us and are remitted to recipients upon receipt.
Your data is transmitted in a secure way and all password data is encrypted.