Cheapest way to send money to Myanmar- Fees and Charge Rates

World First Money Transfer
FCA Regualted: FCA Regulated
Margin Rate: 0.7%
100,000 gets you: 99,300 MMK
Adam and Company Bank
FCA Regualted: FCA Regulated
Margin Rate: 6%
100,000 gets you: 94,000 MMK
Alliance & Leicester Bank
FCA Regualted: FCA Regulated
Margin Rate: 5%
100,000 gets you: 95,000 MMK
Clydesdale Bank
FCA Regualted: FCA Regulated
Margin Rate: 5%
100,000 gets you: 95,000 MMK
Danske Bank
FCA Regualted: FCA Regulated
Margin Rate: 5%
100,000 gets you: 95,000 MMK

Send money to Myanmar from London

When you need to transfer money to a country, it is important for you to first of all learn about the currency of that nation first. If you require paying a company in Myanmar, you first need to be aware that the nation uses Kyat as its only form of currency. 

Different Ways of Money Transfer

When it comes to transferring money to Myanmar, you have a wide variety of options to choose from. You can make bank transfers. Take the details like account holders name, account number, bank name, MICR, IFSC, Swift codes, etc. 

You can also have a transfer agent to make the transfers. However, while choosing an online option to make the payment, it is important to consider some factors. Do a thorough research about the transfer fee that you are eligible to pay along with other pertinent factors like exchange rate, turnaround time taken, etc.

Restrictions & Issues

Like banks in other countries, there may be some restrictions that you come across. The most common of all is the limitation in the minimum and maximum value of the money to be transferred. Moreover, there are rumors of demonetization in the country due to several notes being created on the black market. This, if happens, can be a major problem in monetary dealings to and from Myanmar.

Brief Economic Trend

According to latest reports, it has been found that the economic stability of Myanmar has declined by a considerable level in 2016-17. The current account deficit has worsened. However, it is expected that the economic status of the nation will improve in 2018 given the new and refurbished austerity measures by the countrys economic stakeholders as is already evident in the significant industrial economies across the nation.

Main Banks Myanmar

• Adam and Company Bank

• Clydesdale Bank

• Alliance and Leicester Bank

• Danske Bank

Like other countries, Myanmar also has money exchanging facilities available. However, this is quite a time-consuming process, which may hamper your relationship with your personal or professional recipient, whoever it is.

Transfer from Myanmar to UK

Which currency to use in Myanmar?
It is important to know the currency you will be sending to a foreign country. Myanmar uses the Myanmar kyat as their only form of currency, so this is what you should be sending to your recipient. Like many other countries it is also possible to exchange foreign currency in Myanmar, but this can sometimes be very time consuming. With this in mind it makes better sense to arrange a money transfer to your recipient in the country. By doing this you can rest assured that they will receive the funds quickly when they need them.

Variable street rate for currency in Myanmar?
While the actual official exchange rate for currency in Myanmar has kept around the same map for the past five or so years the street rate can vary dramatically. This is something that you will need to take your mind when you arrange a currency transfer to Myanmar. To make sure that you are getting a good deal for your currency check the currency rate Myanmar are following when you are exchanging your money.

Rumours of demonetisation in Myanmar?
As the Myanmar kyat has had quite a chequered past with many notes being created on the black market. In order to deal with these the government had demonetised the banknote several times throughout the past 60 years. While there are usually rumours of demonetisation with regard to the Myanmar Kyat this is something that should not concern you when you wish to transfer money to Myanmar.