Click on any of the following links for more information on sending bank transfers to Israel:
- Which banks can I send to in Israel?
- When will funds be credited to bank accounts in Israel?
- What currencies can I send to bank accounts in Israel?
- How much can I send to bank accounts in Israel?
- What information do I need from my recipient to send bank transfers to Israel?
Which banks can I send to in Israel?
You can send transfers to any bank in Israel.
When will funds be credited to bank accounts in Israel?
Usually within 1 to 3 working day. We’ll notify you and your recipient by email and SMS when funds are credited.
Due to a recent change into Israeli Central Bank regulations, the following details are strictly required for processing bank deposit transactions.
For deposit to individuals' accounts:
- beneficiary's date of birth
- beneficiary's ID Number, e.g. passport, identity card or driving license
- beneficiary's residential address
For deposit to companies' accounts:
- Company's incorporation date
- Company's incorporation number
- Company's registration address
What currencies can I send to bank accounts in Israel?
Israel Shekel (ILS) only.
How much can I send to bank accounts in Israel?
A maximum of GBP 30,000 per transfer, or the limit for your send country, whichever is lower.
What information do I need from my recipient to send bank transfers to Israel?
- Full name. To avoid any delays, the recipient’s name should match the name on their bank statement exactly.
- Address. We need your recipient’s city.
- Account details. We need your recipient’s bank name, branch name and account number.
- Mobile number - We use this to send an SMS notification to your recipient informing them that their funds have been credited.
- Email (optional) - We use this to send an email to your recipient with details of your transaction (e.g. in case they have issues receiving the SMS notifications).
IMPORTANT: Please ensure that all your recipient’s details are correct. Once you make the transaction, it is difficult for us to amend or stop the transfer, although we will always try our best to do so. However, this could lead to delays.