We have listed below the 2022 dates of the key holidays that are most likely to affect our client base. There are many other holidays that may impact your transaction, depending on the currencies involved. Transaction timelines are usually extended by one working day if they are due to settle on a holiday.
Many currencies are triangulated; meaning that they are converted via an intermediary currency. Holidays affecting the intermediary currency, as well as the sale and purchase currencies, will impact the conversion timeline. Find out which currencies are triangulated in our triangulated currencies article.
Where a holiday falls on a weekend, it is common for the next working day to be a holiday.
|Saturday, 1st January||New Year's Day|
Tuesday, 1 February
|Lunar New Year|
|Friday, 15th April||Good Friday|
|Monday, 2nd May||
Eid Al Fitr / Hari Raya Puasa
|Saturday, 10th September||Mid-Autumn Festival|
|Monday, 24th October||
Diwali / Deepavali
|Sunday, 25th December||Christmas|