Seize global opportunities faster. Open multi-currency accounts in minutes, not days.
Multi-currency payments in and out
Collect and initiate payments in your chosen currency using international or local rails.
Fast and cost-effective
Benefit from SEPA and SWIFT network speeds for your payments. Leverage local accounts to make payments easier for your customers and avoid conversion costs. Transfers between your iBanFirst accounts are instant and free of charge.
Everything you need, all in one place
Keep track of all your currency account balances on a single dashboard. Sync your external bank accounts for an even more comprehensive view of your finances. Download full account statements in one click.
Which currencies does iBanFirst offer?
iBanFirst currently offers over 30 currencies to open accounts, receive payments, hold funds and make payments. You can check the list of currencies available here.
What fees can I expect at iBanFirst? Are there any monthly costs?
At iBanFirst, we offer competitive and transparent foreign exchange rates and fees. Here you can find a complete overview of all our fees applied.
Unlike most corporate banks, iBanFirst does not charge any fees to open an account nor any monthly subscription fees.
iBanFirst earns a spread on every currency conversion, calculated as the difference between the market rate and the client rate. This spread is transparent and shown on the web platform or communicated over the phone.
How can I credit my iBanFirst account?
iBanFirst accounts are nominative accounts with a dedicated IBAN. They can be credited by:
Click here to learn more about how you can credit your iBanFirst account.
Which banks are supported by iBanFirst account aggregation?
The list of supported banks grows continuously. Here you can find a complete list of supported banks kept up-to-date by our product team.
Are my funds secure?
iBanFirst is regulated as a payment institution as per the European PSD2 directive, which strictly regulates how payment institutions, such as iBanFirst, operate and manage client funds and payments.
For instance, under the PSD2 directive, funds must be segregated from the payment institution's own funds and held at a custodian bank. Cash reserves must be held to guarantee the payment institution's solvency. Both measures guarantee that, in the unlikely event of iBanFirst’s insolvency, client funds would remain safe and secure and would be returned to the clients.
iBanFirst S.A. is duly authorised and regulated by the National Bank of Belgium (under CBE number 0849.872.824) as a payment institution. It is a direct member of the SWIFT network and is certified to make payments throughout the SEPA zone. As a payment institution, iBanFirst S.A. only offers hedging solutions (forward, flexible forward and dynamic forward) connected to underlying payment transactions. iBanFirst S.A. does not offer options or any other financial instruments for investment or speculative purposes.