Currency triangulation is the process of converting one currency to another via a third, and sometimes a fourth, currency. For example, EUR -> MXN could be EUR -> USD -> MXN.
The timelines for conversions of this nature can be affected by holidays affecting any of the currencies involved. For example, if a currency pair is triangulated against USD and the conversion lands on a US holiday, the timeline will shift forward by 1 day (the next available business working day).
Below is a list of our triangulated currencies, i.e. currencies that are converted via an intermediary currency.
US Dollar (USD)
|United Arab Emirates Dirham (AED)||Mexican Peso (MXN)||Indonesian Rupiah (IDR)||Romanian Leu (RON)|
|Australian Dollar (AUD)||New Zealand Dollar (NZD)||Indian Rupee (INR)|
|Bulgarian Lev (BGN)||Omani Rial (OMR)||Malaysian Ringgit (MYR)|
|Bahrain Dinar (BHD)||Polish Zloty (PLN)||Philippine Peso (PHP)|
|Canadian Dollar (CAD)||Qatar Rial (QAR)|
|Chinese Yuan (CNY)||Russian Ruble (RUB)|
|Czech Koruna (CZK)||Saudi Riyal (SAR)|
|Hong Kong Dollar (HKD)||Singapore Dollar (SGD)|
|Hungarian Forint (HUF)||Thai Baht (THB)|
|Israeli Shekel (ILS)||Turkish Lira (TRY)|
|Japanese Yen (JPY)||Ugandan Shilling (UGX)|
|Kenyan Shilling (KES)||South African Rand (ZAR)|
|Kuwait Dinar (KWD)|