Central Pacific Bank
Transfer Operator Information
Central Pacific Bank offers international money transfers from the U.S. to many foreign countries.
Options for International Money Transfers
You can either send a wire or an international draft.
Wire Transfer: A wire is a quick and efficient way to send money. You can specify if you want the funds to be sent in U.S. dollars or foreign currency.
International Draft: A draft is a check-like instrument that can be denominated in foreign currency. Using a draft instead of a wire eliminates the need to supply the beneficiary bank information and account number. You can deliver the draft in person or mail it yourself to the ultimate beneficiary. Just stop by your nearest Central Pacific Bank branch location for assistance.
Do I need an account to send a wire or purchase an international draft?
Yes. You must have a Central Pacific Bank checking or savings account to send a wire or purchase an international draft.
How much does it cost to send a wire or purchase an international draft?
Fees vary dependent on the wire or draft amount and the country of the beneficiary. Contact your nearest Central Pacific Bank branch for a Wire Transfer & Settlements Schedule of Fees.
How long does it take?
The process is simple and easy. Just stop by your nearest Central Pacific Bank branch location and complete and sign the transfer request form. Requests received by 11:00 a.m. can be sent the same day.