Foreign exchange payments - made easy
XYLO Foreign Exchange puts businesses in complete control of their foreign currency transactions. There's no software to install which means you can access XYLO Foreign Exchange anywhere the internet is available. XYLO's up-to-the-minute internet security and international money transfer technology, provided by Westpac Banking Corporation, ensures you can make and receive foreign exchange payments with complete peace of mind.
What can I do with XYLO Foreign Exchange?
- Use FX rates direct from the wholesale FX market
- Make and receive foreign currency payments (no minimum transaction)
- Book an FX rate to use immediately (Spot FX)
- Book an FX rate to use in the future (Forward FX)
- View your FX deals as they happen
- Check, settle, and authorise your FX deals online
- Search, export and print your payment history for the past 100 days
- Email settlement details to your beneficiaries
- Use your own bank account
- Access the latest FX & Economic Updates from Westpac's Chief Economist
A division of Westpac Banking Corporation
XYLO Foreign Exchange is a division of Westpac Banking Corporation, meaning you can be assured of XYLO's internet security and international money transfer technology.
While you receive the security of a bank, you don't need to have a banking relationship with Westpac to use XYLO Foreign Exchange. XYLO operates on a direct debit facility, providing you with the flexibility of an FX specialist.
Here's what some of our clients have said ...
"Good exchange rates. Easy to use site and helpful staff."
-- Dog News Australia (9th April 2009)
"Great customer service, best rates, the website is easy to use."
-- The Halfsleeve Co (9th April 2009)
"It's simple to use and convenient. I don't have to go to the bank or even make a phone call. I can use it whenever I feel the exchange rate is optimum and whenever I have the time."
-- Joralco Holdings (9th April 2009)
"Fantastic customer service. A willingness to listen to the customer's needs."
-- Marsca International (9th April 2009)