Sweden: Expat Banking & International Wire Transfer

Moving to Sweden? Expatriates have unique banking and investment needs. Find nformation about expat banking, Sweden banking and opening a bank account in Sweden in ExpatExchange.com's Resource Guide.

N26 Mobile Banking

N26 Mobile Banking

A banking app built for your mobile lifestyle. Manage your money directly in-app and pay with your card anywhere in the world. All your finances are right at your fingertips. Spend anywhere without fees on foreign transactions. And get the freedom to get up and go, without telling us you're leaving the country.

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Remitly

Remitly

Send money online for what matters most. We make international money transfers easier than ever. Choose how and when you send, with great exchange rates and low fees.

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Wise

Wise

A Wise multi-currency account for travellers, expats and freelancers lets you spend in any currency, receive money like a local and send money around the world with your own foreign currency account — cheaper than old-school banks. With the Wise debit card, you can spend in the local currency — wherever you are. It's accepted anywhere that takes Mastercard or Visa.

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Sweden Forum Sweden Forum
Join our Sweden forum to meet other expats and talk about living in Sweden.

Living in Sweden GuideLiving in Sweden Guide

Expats living in Sweden appreciate the kind, calm Swedish people, enjoy outdoor-life in Sweden and can join numerous clubs for expats. Taxes, the high cost of living and difficulty learning Swedish are among the challenges they discuss.

Moving to SwedenMoving to Sweden Guide

Our guide to Moving to Sweden offers tips from expats in Sweden about housing, healthcare in Sweden, making friends, best places to live and more.

Healthcare in SwedenHealthcare in Sweden

Sweden's healthcare system is primarily public, but private healthcare and insurance does exist and are used by expats. This article provides expats with an overview of the healthcare system, how to handle medical emergencies, prescription medications, hospitals in Sweden and more.

10 Tips for Living in Sweden10 Tips for Living in Sweden

Expats in Sweden confess that culture shock can take you by surprise. But, once they learn to adapt, they appreciate the beautiful weather, relaxed lifestyle and bike-riding culture.

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