United Arab Emirates Dirham (AED)
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) consists of seven emirates: Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Ajman, Fujairah, Sharjah, Ras al-Khaimah and Umm al-Quwain. The United Emirates Dirham (AED) is the official UAE currency. It was introduced in 1973, replacing the Qatar and Dubai riyal. The dirham is divided into smaller units, fils, with 100 fils making up one dirham. Fil coins are made in bronze and nickel. The dirham banknote has been issued in denominations from one to 1000 dirhams. FX Compare can help you find the best rate when you exchange AED for AUD.
The United Arab Emirates has one of the fastest-growing economies, with huge oil and gas reserves attracting business and trade from all over the world. A thriving tourism industry is a recent development; taking advantage of the region's stunning natural beauty and bustling culture. Whether you are exchanging Australian dollar to AED for wholesale trading, a business trip, or you are simply going on holiday, you can use FX Compare's secure and convenient website to compare the AED to AUD exchange rates of banks and other major currency providers.
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United Arab Emirates Dirham specifications
|Commonly referred as:
|Fils = 1/100 Dirham
|د.إ5, د.إ10, د.إ20, د.إ50, د.إ100, د.إ200, د.إ500
|Central Bank of the UAE https://www.centralbank.ae/en/index.php
|Code AED, Number 784, Exponent 2