I will check out Lloyds. Thanks.pipoz4444 wrote: ↑August 12, 2020, 10:56 amLloyds Bank in Gibraltar.Declan MacPherson wrote: ↑August 11, 2020, 11:10 amLooking for an international online bank account that will allow my Thai wife to be a joint account holder as a Thai citizen. All except Barclays wants the joint account holder to be a citizen where the bank is located or to come into the office. Neither is possible. With Barclays, I can't meet their minimum deposit requirement in one transaction. I'd have to move the money in stages.
Can anyone recommend a bank that I can check out? Thanks.
Email them and then do an on-line Application. They will advise you what documentation they need, then they will set up a time to interview you buy phone and ask you a whole lot of questions. I think you can also contact them on UK 03457 449900 or International +44 (0) 1539 736626. Takes about a 3 - 4 weeks to set up. You don't need to be a Resident of Gibraltar and you don't need to go there to open the account.
You can hold your money in that account a Foreign Currency (USD or GBP or EUR) and then your or the wife can do an on-line transfers from anywhere, from your Lloyds G Account straight to your Thai Bank (TB) or her Thai Bank (TB), at any time, same day transfer (Max transfer limit each time, is USD 10,000). They will also give you and ATM Card
https://international.lloydsbank.com/in ... ces-terms/
Everywhere I have been has had the same requirement. The joint account holders must have the same citizenship. I will see what they say.