IBAN stands for the International Bank Account Number that you may sue when making or receiving international payments. Your IBAN doesn’t replace the sort code you have an account number. It is an additional number with the extra information to help overseas banks identify the account for your payments.
This will also help you to send money to Nigeria. You may find your IBAN on your statement, or you may use the tool on our international payments page to create your IBAN for any of your Barclays accounts.
The SWIFT code is the code that helps overseas banks recognize which bank to send money to. For example, if an overseas bank is forwarding payment to your Barclays UK account, they will need to know your SWIFT Code: BUKBGB22.
If you wish to make the SEPA credit transfer, you will have an IBAN. Some countries also need you to give an IBAN with your payment instruction.
How do I get money from abroad?
Before you may receive an international money transfer to Nigeria or your home country, you will need to give the sender some details that include:
– Your international bank account number (IBAN), is on your statement, or you may get the IBAN for your account using the tool called the international payments page
– Barclays SWIFTBIC for Barclays UK this code is BUKBGB22
– Your sort code, unless you have given your IBAN
– Account number, unless you have given your IBAN
– Your full name
– Your address
– The amount and the currency you would like to get the payment in
Always remember if the payment is taking place outside of the EEA, you will also need to accept the sender who will pay the charges. If you wish to get the SPEA credit transfer, you will have to give the sender an IBAN.
If the payment is made in US dollars, you may be asked to supply the details of who Barclays UK banks in the USA also include the ABA code 026002574.
This is equal to the UK sort code and is also known as the Fed Wire number. Barclays Bank UK’s PLC USD account is held in the Barclays Bank PLC, New York.
To send money to Nigeria online, you will need all of this information to access your Nigeria receivers easily. There are quite a few methods of sending money to Nigeria. The methods are based on the international money transfer companies you decide to use.
You will be able to send money through the following methods and will need the following details as mentioned.
Online money transfer to Nigeria from the UK is simple by using services like ACE money transfers. It is a super easy and fast service that helps you move your money around the globe with ease.
Send money to bank account:
This method also includes going to your nearest money transfer service agent location in person and hand over the funds that you want to transfer.
– Find the nearest agent location to you
– Fill in the form for sending money, including the recipient’s bank and account information. Check with all of the specific information that is needed.
– Give your agent the completed form having all of the necessary funds in cash
– Keep your receipt that also has the tracking number
– The money you have sent will be deposited in the recipient’s bank account, usually between 1 to 3 bank working days, based on the destination country