Online Application

Application form

Please select one of the following:

How it works

  1. Complete the “Online Application” form (all the compulsory fields).
  2. Click on "Submit Application" to send through your details, and a Peritus Forex Representative will contact you with 2 working days to discuss and confirm your specific requirements. We will complete all the necessary forms on your behalf, and obtain the SARS Tax Clearances (if required). Fees, Swift charges or costs for any of our services will be discussed.
  3. Once we have completed the forms on your behalf, all you have to do is sign the forms, scan and e-mail them back to us. For Private individuals, we would require a certified copy of your ID and any proof of residence not older than 3 months. For entities we would require certified copies of all relevant CIPRO documents, proof of residence for the entity together with certified copies and any proof of residence not older than 3 months for all directors or members.
  4. You will receive confirmation of your new bank account, opened in your personal /entities name , which will be used to transfer the funds abroad. You will need to transfer the ZAR funds into this account to facilitate the forex transaction. Once the funds reflect in your account, the Peritus Forex representative will be in contact to confirm the transaction, including the rate of exchange, and where the funds should be transferred. It is important to note that no transaction will take place without your pre-approval and confirmation.
  5. Once the forex transaction is completed, you will immediately receive a “Trade Confirmation” directly from Peritus Forex Operations area, confirming the ZAR amount, the currency exchange Rate , maturity and transaction date. We will complete and submit all necessary exchange control and SARB related forms on your behalf, as well as ensure that your funds are reflected in the offshore/foreign account. A Swift confirmation will be send to confirm receipt. Month end you will receive an invoices reflecting all the transactions at the agreed fees.