If you don't do international payments regularly - it may seem daunting. Below is a guide to help make this process easier and hopefully more cost effective.


Step 1: Collect the details required to make a transfer

There are two ways to see the bank details for your Birchal investment - either on Step 6 on the investment guide when you're making an investment or in 'My Portfolio' when you click "Add Payment Method".

Investment guide

Foreign Bank Details

Transfer Funds to Birchal

You have a 2 key options here:

  1. use your own bank to transfer internationally or 

  2. use a third party international payment provider such as Wise (recommended)

1. Use your own bank to transfer internationally

You should see this as an option in your online banking. Alternatively - you can visit a bank branch to complete the transfer. Either way, you'll need all the information provided below.

**Note that all fees associated with an international bank transfer must be included in your payment. If the fees are not included, the amount we receive may be less than your investment amount as fees are deducted from the amount sent.

See below a few examples of what an online international bank transfer looks like.

Key Information:

Account / Beneficiary Name: Assembly Payments Platform
Swift Code: NATAAU3303M
Australian BSB: 083004
Account Number: 920586542
Reference/Description: {unique ref to your investment}

Bank Name: National Australia Bank
Bank Address: 500 Bourke St, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000, Australia

Payee Name: Assembly Payments Platform
Payee/Beneficiary Address: 31 Queen Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000, Australia

Example 1: 

Example 2: 

2. Use a third party international payment provider. 

There are numerous services on the market for international payments and you're welcome to use your preferred service, but we've integrated Wise (formally TransferWise) into our process for ease of use. 

You should be able to clearly see what your investment amounts to in your currency to achieve the desired AUD amount. From here, you will be directed to Wise to complete your investment. 

Should you wish to understand more about this process, please refer to our article below.

Wise (formally TransferWise)

See our Guide to transferring funds through Wise here.

Get started with Wise:

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