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How do I transfer $100,000 from Canada to Singapore?

What would be the most efficient way to transfer over $100,000 Canada to Singapore? Considering good exchange and ability to transfer in large amounts.

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    You should work with your bank, tell them what you want to do and arm yourself with knowledge of current exchange rate. You will probably give you a quote that will be inclusive of all charges. You are free to negotiate with your bank to get favourable terms and price and from there your bank will debit the equivalent amount from your bank account with them. Not all banks have the same cost so feel free to shop around before you make a choice.

    2019.08.01 18:0

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