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|When do I need to include an intermediary bank?|
An intermediary bank is required when sending a payment in a currency that is not the domestic currency for the destination country. For example a CAD payment to Barclay’s in the United Kingdom must be routed via a Canadian Bank. If you do not know your intermediary bank, we can locate the correct intermediary for you, using our banking directories.
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