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“I saved a huge amount…about $3,000 over the bank quoted for U.S. dollars…everything went as smooth as a dream”
David Newman, Florida Property Buyer interviewed by the Toronto Star
“KnightsbridgeFX is an online currency exchange company that seeks to undercut foreign exchange rates offered by larger financial institutions”
Preet Banerjee, columnist, for the Globe and Mail
“You can save hundreds, if not thousands of dollars”
Terry Ritchie, Calgary-based financial planner who specializes in cross-border financial issues.
“KnightsbridgeFX is “the costco’s of foreign exchange”
Financial Advisor quoted in the Globe and Mail
Benefits of Using Knightsbridge Foreign Exchange
Currency Exchange in North York
As the world gets smaller and smaller, more people have the need to exchange currency. Whether you need to convert currency for travel, trade, commercial purposes, hedging or simple speculation, there are a number of ways to do so. Unfortunately, the most common avenue used by individuals to exchange currency is also the most expensive as the major banks offer very poor exchange rates. Most banks have a large infrastructure, administration, and large overhead costs. They use their currency conversion service to subsidize other parts of the banks. They have many other lines of business and generally poor service. It may be difficult to find the conversion department or service person depending on the bank. However, Knightsbridge FX is focused only on this service, so we can provide the lowest rates. In general, large banks provide rates from 2% – 2.6% to convert currency. In contrast, Knightsbridge FX provides the lowest currency conversion rates on the market, ranging from 0.1% to 0.6%. North York is a rural area in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is found specifically north of Old Toronto, between Etobicoke toward the west and Scarborough toward the east. As of the 2011 Census, it had a populace of 655,913. It was initially made as a township in 1922 out of the northern piece of the previous city of York, a district that was situated along the western outskirt of Old Toronto. Taking after its incorporation in Metropolitan Toronto in 1954, it was one of the quickest developing parts of the district because of its closeness to Old Toronto. It was pronounced a precinct in 1967 and later turned into a city in 1979, drawing in high-thickness homes, quick travel, and various corporate home office in North York City Center, its focal business locale. In 1998, North York was amalgamated with whatever remains of Metropolitan Toronto to shape the new city of Toronto, and has since been an optional monetary center point outside Downtown Toronto.