Foreign Exchange products at a glance
Transfer your money quickly and securely with Citi’s FX Spots, helping you to manage your wealth globally. Convert over 11 different currencies at Citi UK reference exchange rates, and withdraw your money in the local currency at ATMs across the world (subject to your card being linked to the relevant local currency).br>More about FX Spots
FX Order Watch
FX Order Watch allows you to set your own exchange rate. You tell us the currency and your preferred exchange rate and we’ll monitor the markets. If your rate is hit we’ll immediately make the trade on your behalf.br>More about FX Order Watch
Dual Currency Placement
If you operate in more than one currency you could use a Dual Currency Placement to potentially receive a greater return than with other short-term investments. These innovative products allow you to choose two currencies and you may be paid your return in either. Dual Currency Placements are complex short-term investment products that may not be suitable for everyone.br>More about Dual Currency Placements
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