Renowned for its natural bounty and metropolitan cities, Australia in Oceania provides excellent employment and growth opportunities, attracting immigrants from all corners of the world. NRIs in Australia can utilise secure money transfer services to send funds to India with DBS Treasures. Initiate speedy Telegraphic Money Transfer from Australia to India for hassle-free fund transfers.
In recent years, Australia has become one of the world’s top immigrant destinations. It is one of the few countries to welcome immigrants into its workforce. These incredible opportunities for personal and professional growth make Australia attractive to Non-Resident Indians. While residing here as an NRI, you can fulfil your financial obligations in India with DBS Treasures’ Telegraph Fund Transfers from Australia.
The process of sending money overseas has become much simpler due to Telegraph Transfers. A Telegraphic transfer is an electronic funds transfer conducted through the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) messaging network. Most banks and financial institutions worldwide use the SWIFT network and codes for the purpose of sending and receiving money across international borders. At DBS, we have integrated this technology and provide seamless remittance services, enabling you to transfer funds from Australia to India with utmost ease.
Enjoy the following benefits with the Telegraphic Transfer from Australia to India offered by DBS:
Foreign Telegraphic Transfers from Australia to India are simple. Here’s how a Telegraphic Transfer Works.
Money will be deducted from the sender’s account (correspondent bank) and credited to the beneficiary account when the transaction is processed.
Yes, apart from initiating telegraphic transfers online via internet banking, you can visit your nearest bank branch for offline fund transfers.
You need to provide the following details to initiate a Telegraphic Money Transfer from Australia to India:
With a Telegraph Fund Transfer, the beneficiary will receive the intended amount within 1-4 business days, depending on the country where the beneficiary is based and the country from where the fund transfer occurs.