Regular payments | France Buying Guide

Make regular overseas payments effortlessly with the Smart Currency Regular Payments Plan.


Once you have purchased your dream property in France, Smart Currency Exchange can continue to save you money. If you need to make regular transfers overseas, they can save you money on every overseas transfer you make – whether this be for transferring your pension abroad, making overseas mortgage payments, paying property service fees or repatriating money back to the UK.

Smart Currency Exchange offer a quick and easy Regular Payment Plan, suitable for all regular overseas transfer needs, to ensure that you never miss a payment. The plan is efficient and streamlined (you can set up a standing order today at no extra cost) and unlike with a direct debit, your first payment can be in your overseas bank account within days (instead of weeks). The following payments will then be exchanged automatically at intervals decided by you.

As with larger payments, you can take advantage of our forward contract option for all regular payments – setting an exchange rate for all payments up to one year, allowing you to plan your budget with price certainty. This is particularly important during periods of volatility in the market as it helps to minimise all your risks.

Why use Smart Currency Exchange’s regular payment plan?


  • Easy set up and automated service
  • No penalties for small transfers
  • ‘Fixed’ exchange rate option
  • Expert personal finance
  • No contract tie-in


To find out how much you can save on your regular payments, call Smart Currency on 020 7898 0541 or click here to get a free quote.

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