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Barclays, Fintech TransferMate to Provide International Receivables Payments Solution for UK Firms

TransferMate and Barclays have announced a new collaboration that will bring an international receivables solution to the market, “to help UK businesses reduce transaction costs and save time.” Barclays clients operating in GBP will now be “able to invoice their customers in their clients’ local… Read More

B2B Payments Infrastructure Firm TransferMate Obtains E-Money License from Central Bank of Ireland

TransferMate, the provider of B2B payments infrastructure as a service, has been granted authorization as an Electronic Money Institution (EMI) by the Central Bank of Ireland. Acquiring EMI authorization allows TransferMate “to offer an extended service to their customers and partners.” It means customers can… Read More

TransferMate Launches Integrated Payments Solution for Banks, Financial Institutions

TransferMate have announced the launch of ‘TransferMate Connect’, an integrated payments solution for banks and financial institutions “to deliver faster and more cost-effective payments products and services for their customers.” TransferMate claims it has “built the largest non-bank payments infrastructure in the world, covering more… Read More

Transact, a Payments Solution Provider, Launches International Payments Offering for Universities

Transact, the payment solutions provider for a connected campus, announced the launch of its Transact International Payments offering that provides universities with an improved approach to accepting global currencies. Through a partnership with TransferMate, a regulated payments infrastructure-as-a-service, Transact will aim to support the processing… Read More

Payments Provider TransferMate Receives Regulatory Approval in Singapore

TransferMate, a cross-border B2B payments providers, has secured its first regulatory approval in Asia with a payments license in Singapore. TransferMate claims to hold one of the largest portfolios of payments licenses in the world. This includes all 50 US states plus territories, to support… Read More

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