Transfer Operator Information
TSB Bank has branches across New Zealand and offers money transfer services across the Pacific region.
How to Send Money Through TSB Bank
The best and easiest way to send funds to an overseas bank account with TSB Bank is by telegraphic transfer. You can send money to almost any bank in the world. Contact TSB Bank for more information on how to send one. A fee applies as well as overseas bank charges. The overseas bank charges vary depending on the receiving bank and country.
Exchange Rate Calculator
If you need to know the current exchange rates for your transfer, take a look at TSB Bank’s exchange rate calculator.
How long will it take to send my funds?
TSB Bank is not responsible for delays in transmission, however in most instances payments are received within five working days.
Bank drafts are also some of the most convenient and cheapest ways to send money overseas with TSB Bank. Just like a regular cheque, the recipient simply deposits your bank draft into their overseas account. Plus, they are secure. Cheques can be stopped and reissued if lost or stolen. Most currencies are available.
Is it safe to send money through TSB Bank?
TSB Bank does everything they can to provide banking security. It uses various security measures and cutting-edge technology to safely transfer your funds. Please visit the TSB Bank website for more information.
You can also call the customer care centre at TSB Bank for more answers to your questions. For those in New Zealand, call 0508 872 2265. Use +64 6 968 3700 if you’re overseas.
General enquiries (NZ): 0508 872 2265
General enquiries (overseas): +64 6 968 3700