Compare live money transfer rates for sending British pounds / Chinese yuan from the UK to China
China is one of the largest recipients of money transfers and remittances in the world, with an estimated $60 billion received each year according to the World Bank. Approximately £2.3 billion is sent from the UK alone, although this figure doesn't include cash brought into the country by the estimated 400,000 British travellers who visit China each year, or the 10,000 British expats who live there permanently.
If you want to send money to China, it's important to shop around and compare money transfer providers to maximise your chances of getting a good deal. We can help you to find the best UK to China money transfer rate by comparing the live exchange rates from a wide range of providers. Our comparisons automatically factor in all transfer fees and commission, so all you need to do is tell us how much you want to send and we'll show you the top money transfer providers who fit the bill.
Some providers charge a fixed or percentage fee for each transfer, while others offer free transfers but with a lower exchange rate. You can see the transfer fees for each individual provider in our comparison table above.
The limits for sending money to China will vary depending on which provider you choose, but generally you can send up to £50,000 per day if you pay by debit card. Bank transfers are usually unlimited. You'll have to provide ID and other forms of documentation like proof of funds if you want to send large amounts, but most providers will allow you to send several hundred pounds before asking you for any further information.
The best way to send money to China depends on your personal circumstances: how much you want to send and how you want to pay for the transfer. The cheapest and most popular option is to use a money transfer service like the ones listed above.
Our money transfer comparisons can help you to find the best deal by comparing a range of different providers and their costs based on the amount of rupees you want to transfer and your preferred payment method.
Money transfer times to China will vary depending on your chosen provider and your preferred payment method, but most transfers are completed within a few minutes.