View Full Version : How are Euro and Swiss banks handling Dinar?
03-07-2006, 10:07 PM
Anyone know if any of the major banking centers in Europe are exchanging Dinar. I think it would be interesting to find out how they are handling it over there.
Also it would be nice to know what other options we have. Say the Dinar revalued overnight, but many U.S. banks weren't ready or equipped to exchange it yet. I would be willing to fly to Switzerland, or just about any other non-muslim country to open a bank account and wire my new inheritence home:D .
03-08-2006, 04:04 AM
i wouldnt of thought any banks in europe or switzerland are yet trading the dinar, i know there are no banks here in the uk trading it as yet. My plan is to wait until the NID goes live on the world currency market, wait for a decent reval then take it to switzerland and open an account over there with it. I will do everything i can to get away from the 40% CGT in the uk.
03-08-2006, 04:09 AM
There's a long thread under tax in the UK going into such things.
I also remember that someone said the Bank of Kuwait in Central London were exchanging dinars but then someone else mentioned you needed an account with them to do so.
In time of course once it's on the world market we'll be able to go anywhere to exchange them in.
Agree with you, the thought of giving that useless Brown 40% is not a nice one. :no: :no: :mad: :mad:
03-08-2006, 06:15 AM
yes adster that is correct, the Bank of Kuwait in london does exchange the dinar, but yes, you do indeed need to be an account holder, and this is only for people with kuwait origin apparantly
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