National Australia Bank (NAB) offers several simple-to-use products for its banking members, including; receiving and transferring money overseas, live exchange rate information and beaurex de change for travel money.
A money transfer can be made online or by visiting a NAB branch. The for detailed instructions on the NAB international money transfer process, follow this link. To make international payments you'll need to be registered for NAB SMS security and "pay anyone" access. For further questions, the NAB support centre can be contacted. NAB business banking customers can also use the internet banking portal to manage payments, purchase international telegraphic transfers and/or international cheque applications.
National Australia Bank is able to send money to over 100 countries around the world from your everyday accounts and if you send money online, it is faster and cheaper than going into a branch. You money will be protected by state of the art NAB Defence to ensure your funds arrive safely at its destination.
To ensure your money reaches the right international destination, NAB Defence monitors and sends alerts for suspect fraudulent activity on all your accounts.
To make an international money transfer with NAB you will need to be a banking customer of NAB. You will also need to be registered for SMS security and pay anyone. You will need information on the beneficiary, including banking details, IBAN (for payments to UK/Europe) and physical address. Once you have completed the transfer, you can view its status by logging in to NAB, opening the ‘Funds Transfer’ menu and selecting ‘Payment list’. If a transaction is processed correctly you will receive a processing acknowledgement from NAB.