Why iBanFirst?

Experience next level cross-border transactions with iBanFirst's unique combination of groundbreaking technology and FX expertise, designed to empower your business to operate seamlessly across borders.

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The problem

A crippling reality for small and medium-sized businesses

In today's fast-changing world, agility is no longer a best practice but a requirement. And yet, when it comes to cross-border transactions, SMBs are often met with red tape in the form of prohibitive fees, slow and fragmented processes, and unpredictable currency exchange rates. That's where we come in.
The solution

A new kind of power to take on the world

By taking the complexity out of currency transactions, we give you the power to make the world your playing field. Collect, convert and send funds efficiently across 140+ countries while protecting your business from currency market volatility. Take your business further with ease.

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Currency transactions minus the effort

Out with outdated and complex currency conversions and payments, in with fast and worry-free cross-border transactions.

Fair and transparent pricing, always

Access highly competitive exchange rates in real time. No hidden fees, ever.

Mitigate risk, foster agility

Secure your margins. Implement a winning risk strategy with the support of our FX experts.

Live faster than you think

No implementation dwell time. You'll be up and running in a matter of days.

The iBanFirst engine

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Powerhouse infrastructure

Our extensive network of local and international banks and FX partners allows us to use the fastest and most cost-effective cross-border payment routes for your business, every single time.

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Unparalleled expertise

With our skilled FX specialists working as an extension of your team, we help you navigate FX market intricacies with confidence and make well-informed decisions for your business.

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Unmatched technology

Technology is at our core. With best-in-class engineering, we've built the world's most intuitive international payments and currency exchange platform.

6,000+

clients worldwide

300+

employees

1.3

billion pounds processed per month

140

countries covered

Industry-recognised expertise

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Technology Fast 50

Winner in the fintech category

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Europe’s 1,000 Fastest Growing Companies

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Payments Tech of the Year

A partner you can trust

Secure and reliable above all

Frequently asked questions

What currencies do you offer?

iBanFirst offers over 30 currencies to open accounts, receive payments, hold funds, and make payments. You can check the list of currencies available here.

When you join, you’ll get a dedicated Account Manager, as well as a Customer Success Manager who’ll look after you and your business.

Instruct your bank to send funds to our safeguarded client account at Barclays - this could be done online, via an app. or by going into your branch. We do not accept cash or cheques. Our banking details can be found on the contract note which we will email to you after you have agreed an exchange rate or bought currency online via our platform.

All funds are held in segregated ring-fenced client accounts at Barclays Bank PLC. These do not form any part of the company’s assets and could not be touched by creditors. Barclays Bank PLC does not monitor how iBanFirst operate these accounts.

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iBanFirst Limited is registered in England and Wales under Company No. 6260585 registered address: 6th floor, Dashwood House, 69 Old Broad St, London EC2M 1QS. iBanFirst Limited is authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority for the provision of payment services under the Payment Services Regulations 2017 (Reference number: 504494) and supervised by the Financial Conduct Authority under the Money Laundering Regulations 2017. The products and services that iBanFirst Limited offers are limited to unregulated spot FX transactions and deliverable Forward contracts excluded from MiFID or EMIR regulation (on the premise that their purpose is that of a future payment and treated as spot FX).