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SWIFT or IBAN wire transfers are not completely free of vulnerabilities.
The European Union offers some partial protection from this practice by prohibiting European intermediary banks from taking a fee out of the amount being transferred, even for transatlantic transfers.
However, it's still common practice for a European brokerage firm to state that they charge no transfer fee, and then contract their bank to take an unpublished fee from the amount transferred as a means to compensate their bank with their clients' assets—e.g., CMC Markets implements this policy in partnership with Natwest.
RTGS systems provide the quickest availability of funds because they provide immediate "real-time" and final "irrevocable" settlement by posting the gross (complete) entry against electronic accounts of the wire transfer system operator.
Other systems such as Clearing House Interbank Payments System (CHIPS) provide net settlement on a periodic basis.
Clients are sometimes taken by surprise when less money arrives at bank R.
Contrast this with cheques, where the amount transferred is guaranteed in full, and fees (if there are any) can be charged only at endpoint banks.
In many places, there is no legislation or technical means to protect customers from this practice.
If bank S is the sending bank (or brokerage), and bank R is the receiving bank (or brokerage), and banks I1, I2 and I3 are intermediary banks, the client may only have a contract with bank S and/or R, but banks I1, I2 and I3 can (and often do) take money from the wire without any direct arrangement with the client.
The receiving bank can charge for exchanging to local currency.
Prior to this, in 2002 the European Union relegated the regulation of fees a bank may charge for payments in euro between EU member states down to the domestic level, resulting in very low or no fees for electronic transfers within the Eurozone.