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We currently compare 8 providers available for your transfer from Singapore to Greece.
To send Singapore dollars to a bank account in euros in Greece, SingX is the provider giving you the most euros for your money with zero transfer fees and a competitive SGD-EUR exchange rate (their current exchange rate is 1 SGD = 0.667 EUR).
In comparison, the total cost of your transfer would be 61.37 SGD (roughly 161x more expensive) if you selected to use United Overseas Bank to make the same transaction.
If the beneficiary of your transfer wants to receive euros in cash in Greece, then the most competitive option currently is Remitly, with 7.99 SGD for the transfer fees and a very competitive SGD-EUR conversion rate (their current rate is 1 SGD = 0.66 EUR).
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