SGM-FX is an independent foreign exchange company. Set up in 2002, it is designed to make international FX accessible for all.
With offices in the UK and Malta, SGM-FX offers a full range of foreign currency exchange services to both businesses and private clients globally.
“The opportunity to have a readily available, well informed, and helpful adviser has ensured that I have up-to-date knowledge to assist in my decision-making. I now feel I know my adviser well and have confidence in the company, its ongoing efficiency, and high level of service. I would definitely recommend SGM-FX.”
The SGM-FX Prepaid Currency Wallet Mastercard is a multicurrency card, holding up to 10 currencies in 210 countries, offered to both business and private clients. Travel hassle-free and make international payments, anytime, anywhere.
“We love working with SGM-FX as its approach is hands-on, solution-driven, and above all, fair pricing followed by swift settlements which really helps our business.”
“I have used SGM-FX for a number of years, both buying and selling currencies, mainly Euros. The service is always excellent and the rates sharp. On most occasions, settlement has been received the same day. There are no commission or payment charges, and the rates are 2-3% better than my clearing bank. There is no contest”.
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