A complete list of the foreign exchange rates offered by the Commonwealth Bank
A good exchange rate can make a big difference to the amount of money that ends up with your recipient at the end of the day. Typically, the Big Four banks offer similar foreign exchange rates to one another.
Check out our guide below to the foreign exchange rates offered by CommBank. Make sure you're getting the most competitive exchange rate for your chosen currency.
What are the Commonwealth Bank's foreign exchange rates?
See below what exchange rates CommBank is offering today. This table is updated daily, so is accurate as of 19 November 2018.
When looking at the table, "buys" refers to the rate Commbank will buy a foreign currency from you and give you Australian dollars in exchange. "Sells" is the opposite, meaning the rate CommBank is selling the foreign currency at. This is the exchange rate you'll pay if you want to send your Australian dollars overseas.
Which currencies are available for foreign exchange with Commonwealth Bank?
CommBank allows supports international money transfers in around 30 different currencies and to over 200 countries.
How much can I send overseas with CommBank?
To send money overseas using CommBank, you'll need to have a Commonwealth bank account and be registered for NetBank, the CommBank app or CommBiz. There's no minimum amount for CommBank's international money transfers. The maximum amount you can transfer is subject to the daily transfer limit on your Commonwealth bank account. You can increase your daily limit over the phone or via NetBank or the CommBank app if required.
How does CommBank compare?
You should also consider comparing CommBank's exchange rates with other providers to find the best rate. Often, a specialist money transfer company can offer you better exchange rates and lower fees than your local bank.
Check out the table below to see some of the more popular providers and calculate how much you could receive through them.