American Express®

Designed for global living

Choose the card that’s right for you – with no pre-set spending limits, no interest charges and flexible rewards.

American Express® International Currency Cards

American Express® International Currency Cards are available in US$/€/£ and are designed to support your lifestyle, wherever you are in the world. All charges are converted to and billed in the currency of your card account, resulting in greater control and more convenience if you frequently spend or hold funds in these currencies.

American Express® Platinum Card

The Platinum® International Currency Card

Discover the world in comfort – with the Platinum Concierge service, complimentary airport lounge access and hotel room upgrades.

American Express® Gold Card

The Gold® International Currency Card

Experience rewarding journeys – with benefits that suit your needs and enhance your global lifestyle.

The American Express® Card

The American Express® Card

Earn rewards for British Airways, Harrods and more, with around the clock support.

American Express® Basic Card

The Basic® International Currency Card

Get the basics – with no interest charges and no membership fee.

Full terms and conditions [PDF, 224KB]

How to apply

You can apply for an American Express® Currency Card by contacting your Wealth Manager.

If you’re not yet a client and would like to find out more about our products and services, get in touch.

AESEL is not authorised to issue Cards to residents of the US or Singapore or via banks located in Singapore.

An alternative Card is available without any rewards, cash access, other features or an annual fee - the Basic Card.

American Express Services Europe Limited has its registered office at Belgrave House, 76 Buckingham Palace Road, London, SW1W 9AX, United Kingdom. It is registered in England and Wales with Company Number 1833139 and is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Where American Express Services Europe Limited cards are issued in the UK but obtained within the European Economic Area, local rules may apply to the way that it conducts its business which can be enforced by that country's applicable regulatory authority.

American Express Charge Cards are not regulated under the Consumer Credit Act 1974. American Express will pay Barclays a flat-rate commission for each new International Currency Cards Account that is approved and opened in addition to a percentage commission based on Cardmember annual spend.