In order to send a Telegraphic Transfer, you'll need to provide the following details of the intended beneficiary to us:
SWIFT code or routing number
IBAN (International Bank Account Number) - only required if funds are being sent to an European country, including the UK.
Beneficiary’s name and residential address
Receiving money from overseas
An incoming overseas payment allows our customers to receive foreign currency into their account after the funds have been converted into Australian dollars ($AUD). You'll need to provide the following information to the remitter of the funds.
Greater Bank SWIFT code – ASLLAU2CGBS
Greater Bank BSB – 637-000
Greater Bank address – 103 Tudor Street, Hamilton, NSW 2303
Beneficiary Account number
Beneficiary Account Name & address
Got a question about an international payment?
Our SWIFT code is ASLLAU2CGBS
To arrange an outgoing International Payment, you can attend a branch or ring our Contact Centre on 1300 651 400 during business hours for further information.
Telegraphic transfers can take between 2-5 working days to be received by the beneficiary, however, may take longer depending on the country where the funds are being sent.
Fees apply to all Outgoing International Payments. Refer to our Banking Terms and Conditions for full details.
International Payments are arranged through American Express International, Inc. (ABN 15 000 618 208 AFSL No. 237996). Incorporated with limited liability in Delaware USA. ® Registered Trademark of American Express Company.
View the American Express Telegraphic Transfer PDS and Foreign Draft Information Booklet. If you send or receive a Telegraphic Transfer through Greater Bank, we will receive a benefit which is a percentage of the $AUD amount of the transaction. Fees and charges apply. The sending and receiving banks (Overseas Bank & Australian Clearing Bank) may charge a fee for processing the transaction. The amount received and transferred will be the amount after all banks' fees have been charged. View our Financial Services Guide.