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    RichardOctober 7, 2017

    what would be the best exchange rate to change $1000. Australian into Singapore dollar
    how much Singapore dollars would I get for $1000 Australian dollars

      JoanneOctober 7, 2017Finder

      Hi Richard,

      Thanks for reaching out.

      Exchange rates are volatile and change often. As a result, the exchange rate listed on Finder may vary from the actual exchange rate quoted for the brand. Check our page for Australian dollar to Singapore dollar exchange rate. Simply, enter the amount and the currencies to get your desired results.


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    TinereJuly 31, 2016

    Hallow Sir
    Can you please help me to understand this,
    how can I make payments to overseas
    if I used our normal banking institution like:
    1: Westpac
    2: BSP- Bank South Pacific.

      ClarizzaAugust 1, 2016Finder

      Hi Tinere,

      Thanks for your comment.

      For Westpac, I recommend reading Westpac international money transfer guide on our website. From there, find the ‘Registration and transfer process’ section. You can also contact Westpac directly by clicking on the green ‘Open’ button.

      Regarding BSP, unfortunately, we do not have any information on this provider on our site. It may be best to contact them directly.

      Hope this helps.


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