Foreign Exchange transactions
Safe. Secure. Fast. Easy
Details of how to register can be found on the Register page. Alternatively, contact your Relationship Manager/Financial Risk Solutions Manager for assistance or request a call back on the Talk to us page.
Further information on our products can be found here:
You need to set up a new rates panel. On the Rates tab, click New, add a Setup name then add the currency pairs you wish to view.
Click on the currency pair you require on the rates screen. Populate the displayed template screen with specific deal information:
and click on "Request Rates" to request price.
You will see the assigned CYBFX Deal Number at the bottom of the deal ticket on immediate booking of a trade. It is also on your deal acknowledgement. The assigned trade number will appear on your Deal Log (Blotter).
Under deal log (blotter), if you know the Deal ID, enter the number into the id search field and select 'Search Log'. Alternatively, you can search by choosing a date range and select 'Search Log'.
To view the acknowledgement, locate the deal in the Deal Log (Blotter), double click on the deal then select 'Print'.
For a range of reasons the Bank's Financial Risk Solutions Dealers may need to communicate with you when pricing a deal. Chat is a live, on-line, screen based facility allowing you to reply to a dealer's Chat.
For help with a forgotten ET password, please contact the CYBFX support team on 0800 028 8352. For validation, you will be requested to confirm the mobile number we currently hold. The OTP password will be received via SMS message.
Click on settings and change the Quality to 720pHD, in addition you can change to Full Screen for a better view.
Your mobile telephone number will be used to send a password via SMS text or for user authentication and will not be used for any further processing. In accordance with the GDPR the Bank only processes data for the purposes of Marketing where the individual has given their explicit consent.
Ring-fencing is new UK legislation brought in after the financial crisis to protect customers and the day-to-day banking services they rely on. It mostly affects larger UK banks that will have to separate their day-to-day banking from other, riskier, activities such as investment banking.
Although the majority of our customers won’t be affected by ring-fencing changes, other banks will be making changes which may require their customers to change their sort code and account numbers. During this period of change in UK banking, you should be extra vigilant of fraud and scams.
Further details about ring-fencing and managing the risk of fraud may be found on our websites Fraud prevention and security centre