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Get competitive exchange rates and instant transfers to Axis Bank accounts in India, at these branches

UK- Overseas Branches

It has become so easy to send money from UK overseas branches to your Axis bank account in India! You can walk into an Axis Bank overseas branch and follow the steps that are listed down below. The funds would get credited to your overseas branch of Axis Bank instantly. For other banks, it would take up to 24 hours for the funds to get credited. Please do get in touch with us in case of any additional queries about the same.

Key Features

  • Instant credit to any Axis Bank Account in India
  • Credit to other bank account within 24 hours*
  • Competitive Exchange Rates
  • Free remittance facility for Axis Bank UK customers

*Subject to the beneficiary Bank’s availability and hours of operation, and local regulations.

Follow these simple steps:

  • Walk into our Overseas Branch at London.
  • Fill up an Application Form and provide your Personal ID / KYC documents (if you are not Axis Bank account-holder)
  • Provide the funds for the money transfer by either cash/cheque/Account transfer
  • The Branch will process your money transfer and provide you with a unique Remittance Reference Number.
  • You will receive a confirmation message on successful completion of your money transfer.

For more details, please visit the website of Axis Bank UK Ltd.

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