With our global banking expertise, we work with you to develop customized services that give you control over your global cash picture from a single view, regardless of your tax, account, or organizational structure.
- Multicurrency accounts1 – Centrally receive, hold, and disburse foreign funds in 33 currencies.
- London Accounts2 – Manage European treasury activity through our London branch with its full suite of GBP and EUR services.
- Canadian Accounts – Manage your Canadian treasury activity through our Canadian services.
Wherever your company does business, get payment and collection services that help reduce your cost of moving funds, increase your control over cash flow, and integrate your domestic and international treasury management.
- Wire Transfers – Send international wires in more than 125 foreign currencies or U.S. dollars.
- Global ACH – Send non-urgent, cost-effective payments around the globe to 40 countries, including the ability to send SEPA (Single Euro Payment Area) payments across Europe from a Wells Fargo London account.
- International Request for Transfer (IRFTs) – Move money out of non-Wells Fargo global accounts through wires.
- Payment Manager – Streamline your global payments by sending a file with all payment types. Multiple files can be originated to Wells Fargo from the U.S. or from your international shared service center.
- SWIFT – Streamline your back office by routing all payments and other transactions to Wells Fargo through SWIFTNet, SWIFT’s secure and reliable connectivity channel.
International Information Reporting
Gain insight into, and control over, your global cash picture through our integrated information reporting system.
With our Commercial Electronic Office® (CEO®) portal, you can quickly and securely access:
- Balances and detail reporting on your accounts located around the world
- Transactional services
- Fraud prevention tools
- Credit management
- TradeXchange online trade services platform for managing letters of credit and documentary collections
1 Balances held offshore, including multi-currency accounts and foreign deposits, are not FDIC-insured, may lose value, and are not guaranteed.
2 Accounts and deposits with Wells Fargo, London Branch are considered foreign bank deposits and, as such, these deposits have lesser preference in a U.S. liquidation than deposits with Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. located in the U.S. Accounts with Wells Fargo, London Branch are not insured by the government of the U.S., or any of its agencies, and Correspondent is entitled only to demand payment of U.K. Accounts in the U.K., without regard to whether Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. may have previously made payments to Correspondent at an office in the US or elsewhere other than in the U.K.
Wells Fargo is a participant in the U.K.'s Financial Services Compensation Scheme ("FSCS"). The FSCS is only available to certain types of claimants and claims, generally small companies and individuals. Payments to eligible claimants under the FSCS in respect of protected deposits are subject to a maximum payment to any eligible depositor of £85,000. Details of the FSCS are available at www.fscs.org.uk.