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Maybe some of you can help me with some advice.

I want to transfer my STR which is at the moment in a Swedish bank in Swedish kronor, to a sterling denominated bank account.

Any advice as to how I can get the best possible exchange rate when I do this?

Any advice as to which bank to ultimately transfer the funds to?

Obviously I can instruct my bank to do this directly, but I assume I will be getting a bad exchange rate.

Any advice appreciated.

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You might get the best rate in Sweden. Certainly in Poland I get less that 0.5% from the live spot price from Zloty to £ or $.

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I have some money in a Colombian bank account and have been told I can open a brokerage account to transfer money to the UK at the current exchange rate. I will be doing this in December so will let you know.

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