Professional athletes competing internationally are often faced with foreign earning issues, ranging from exchange rates to currency accounts and tax implications.

Some even try and bring money home in their luggage, only to be caught by authorities and fined.

At ForexSport we have a better solution. You earn money overseas, we organise for this income to be converted and credited to your nominated bank account when the exchange rate is at its best for you. We do this without charging the layers of fees that the others do.



Thoroughbred Industry

ForexSport understands the needs of the thoroughbred industry firsthand, from purchasing or selling horses abroad to prize money and jockey earnings.

The sport of kings is a lucrative business in Australia with a number of horses purchased and sold every year. From yearling sales to sires and broodmares, astute buyers are always looking to add to their racing and breeding portfolio.

Buying horses from overseas can be a very expensive process.  Those in the thoroughbred industry are often faced with layers of fees and poor exchange rates.

With our extensive experience in Foreign Exchange and our aim for excellence in customer experience, we secure you the best exchange rate possible.

Whether it is a one off transaction or numerous international payments or receipts, ForexSport moves your money for less.



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