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UK’s Atlantic Money Announces Launch of Web Platform

Atlantic Money, which claims to be the world’s first money transfer service with a fixed fee and real rates, announced the launch of its web platform. The new robust desktop experience caters “to Atlantic Money’s over 10,000 customers who transfer significantly higher volumes than typical… Read More

UK Fintech Atlantic Money to Offer Fixed-Fee Money Transfers Across Additional Global Markets

UK fintech Atlantic Money is set to offer its fixed-fee money transfers across additional major markets. Within 1.5 years of launching in the UK, Atlantic Money has “met relevant requirements to offer its services in the United States, Canada and Australia.” Users will be able… Read More

International Money Transfer Fintech Atlantic Money Uncovers Unnecessary Extra Costs Consumers Pay to Acquire Items

International money transfer provider, Atlantic Money, has compared purchase prices in various random samples across currencies and borders, “uncovering unnecessary extra costs consumers often unwittingly pay.” Focusing on luxury items to demonstrate the impact, Atlantic Money has reportedly “analyzed the same listings for pound and… Read More

UK Fintech Atlantic Money Introduces Fixed Fee Global Transfers for Businesses

The provider of “fixed fee” international transfers, Atlantic Money, is now offering its service to businesses for the first time – shortly after its inaugural year of operation. Starting today, companies in 29 countries can “send up to one million pounds abroad at the current… Read More

UK Fintech Atlantic Money Facilitates £160M in Transfers, £750K in Savings, Announces Support for Indian Rupee

Atlantic Money, the provider of fixed fee international money transfers, marks its one-year anniversary by releasing its inaugural company figures. The fintech has achieved significant milestones “in both transfer volume and cost savings, solidifying its position in the market.” During its first year of operation,… Read More

UK Cross-Border Payments Fintech Atlantic Money Introduces New Incentive Program

Atlantic Money is pleased to announce the launch of its referral program, offering users the opportunity “to earn £15 or €15 for each approved person they refer.” Together with its unique “fixed fee” pricing model, the new referral program is “bringing Atlantic Money one step… Read More

UK Fintech Atlantic Money, a Global Money Transfer Service, Announces Key Management Changes

Patrick Kavanagh, CEO and co-founder of fixed fee money transfer app Atlantic Money, steps down from his position “to become Non-Executive Director and remain for the company as an advisor.” Neeraj Baid, co-founder and former Chief of Product, “takes over the role of the CEO…. Read More

Money Transfer Service Atlantic Money Escalates Wise Conduct Concerns to European Commission

The fixed fee money transfer service, Atlantic Money, raised concerns at the Directorate-General for Competition (DG COMP) within the European Commission about the conduct of its competitor, the London Stock Exchange-listed technology company Wise. Having first raised its concerns in January with the Competition and… Read More

Atlantic Money Completes EU Expansion, Launches Android App

Atlantic Money announced the completion of its pan-European launch. The service is now officially “available across 29 countries and allows users to send up to £/€1mn for a fixed fee of £/€3.” The completion of the EU launch “comes hot on the heels of its… Read More

UK’s Atlantic Money to Support Transfers from Euro to 9 Currencies for €3

Beginning on August 22, 2022, everyone in the United Kingdom can reportedly use Atlantic Money in order to transfer from Euro to 9 different currencies across the globe. This means in addition to international transfers from British Pounds, customers can also transfer Euros – “for… Read More

Atlantic Money Secures License as Payment Institution via National Bank of Belgium

Atlantic Money has secured a license as a payment institution through the National Bank of Belgium (NBB) which will “enable the business to provide its services across the European Union.” The announcement precedes an expected launch in Europe later this summer, “meaning that EU residents… Read More

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