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Guide to Receiving Local Transfers to Aspire EUR Account
Guide to Receiving Local Transfers to Aspire EUR Account
Updated over a week ago

Accessing Your Local EUR Account Details

You can receive local transfers to your Aspire EUR account by using the bank details listed in your Local Account Details. You can use these account details to receive EUR transfers from SEPA countries only.

To access your EUR local account details, click the EUR Account displayed under the Accounts section. You may also refer to the short video below:


  • We are not able to receive ELECTRONICS FUNDS TRANSFER (EFT)

  • Your Aspire EUR Account under CurrencyCloud is unable to send or receive crypto-related transfers.

Additional details for receiving transfers to your EUR Local account details:

Account Name

Your company name

Account number

Your account number seen in-app

Bank Name

The Currency Cloud Limited

Sort code


Bank Address*

12 Steward Street, The Steward Building, London, E1 6FQ, GB

Beneficiary Address

You can share your business address

Note: We partner with The Currency Cloud Limited to collect the money locally in the UK. Your EUR funds are held with DBS in Singapore.

Transfer Fees

Receiving local transfers from SEPA countries is free!

Funds Arrival Time

Incoming SEPA (Single Euro Payments Area) transfers typically take up to 1-2 business days.


  • Aspire may conduct compliance reviews on transactions to/from your Aspire account. As part of our efforts to serve you better, we aim to complete all reviews at the earliest

  • When sending funds to your account for the first time or receiving investment/funding, it is recommended to notify us in advance and share supporting documents through this form.

Transfer Limit

There are no transfer limits for receiving local transfers to your Aspire EUR account.

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