Canada has become increasingly attractive as an emigration destination. As an example, for the British in 1995 it was the 10th most popular choice for expats, by 2010 it became 3rd. Since then it has hovered between 3rd and 4th, while the US and Australia continue to hold onto the top spots. Like the Australian Dollar, the CAD is a more volatile currency compared to others like the US Dollar and UK Pound Sterling. This is due to a multitude of factors; such as the influence of the price of oil, and Canada’s reliance on a strong US economy as a trading partner. Due to the fear of sudden changes in exchange rates and poor long-term stability, demand for advice and assistance when exchanging currency into CAD and vice-versa has skyrocketed in recent years.
This site was constructed to meet this demand and to give those with a currency requirement a point of contact to help navigate the markets during their move overseas, property purchase, or business cycle where an exchange will be needed. The authors are currency experts who spend their days assisting clients in timing and sending their money overseas.
Getting in touch with us is the best way to receive free personal and tailored advice for your particular situation. These posts are a daily snap-shot of the market in general. Improve this by asking us to whittle this down purely to the information that is relevant to you.
The currency brokerage we work for is not only proactive by developing sites like this, but we have also won awards for both our exchange rates and customer service. We are confident in saying we can beat almost any bank or company’s quotes for your exchange.
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