I want to transfer money to my son in France

My son lives in France and I want to transfer him around £30,000. Is it best to make the transfer in one go or to do it in several smaller amounts?  R.S.

 Breaking the transfer down into smaller payments may not be the right move. Generally speaking, currency providers will offer you a more competitive exchange rate on larger amounts.

The only reason you might want to break your transfer down is if you believe the exchange rate may strengthen in ...

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