GBP to PKR – British Pound Rate in Pakistan Today – 19 August 2023

Today on 19 August 2023 British Pound rate in Pakistan (GBP to PKR) is Rs 375.77. The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) provided the closing exchange rate at the end of the business day.

The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) publishes the interbank closing rate for the British Pound (GBP) to the Pakistani Rupee (PKR) at the final hour of the business day (Monday to Friday).

Meanwhile, the open market GBP to PKR rate is often somewhat higher than the interbank rate supplied by banks when getting foreign currency from consumers. It is also worth noting that all incoming payments to customers’ bank accounts are credited at interbank rates.

British Pound Rate in Pakistan (GBP to PKR) Today

The current GBP to PKR buying exchange rate is 385.8 as per Pakistan Open Market and GBP/PKR selling exchange rate for 1 UK Pound Sterling is PKR 385.8.

PKR to GBP – These prices are updated and are subject to change according to market conditions and foreign currency demand.

The buying rate represents the rate at which an exchange company or bank purchases foreign currency from an individual, and the selling rate represents the rate at that an exchange company or bank sells international currency to a customer.

GBP to PKR Exchange Rate in Pakistan Today

The UK Pound Sterling/PKR exchange rate is set by open market prices and market forces according to foreign currency demand.

The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) publishes the interbank closing rate for the British Pound (GBP) to the Pakistani Rupee (PKR) at the final hour of the business day (Monday to Friday).

Meanwhile, the open market GBP to PKR rate is often somewhat higher than the interbank rate supplied by banks when getting foreign currency from consumers. It is also worth noting that all incoming payments to customers’ bank accounts are credited at interbank rates.

DISCLAIMER: We provide daily updates for AED to PKRSAR to PKR, GBP to PKR, EUR to PKR, and USD to PKR exchange rates regularly. Readers should be aware that currency rates can fluctuate regularly due to several reasons such as supply and demand, financial conditions, and geopolitical events. So, it is always prudent to confirm current exchange rates before engaging in any financial transactions using foreign currency.

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