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WorldFirst’s World Account Offers Global Payments in Local Currencies

Following a successful Beta trial and over 1000 registrations, WorldFirst has launched their newest offering the “World Account” for online money transfers. The World Account is launching as a free service with no hidden fees or charges on FX transfers or to open or maintain… Read More

World First Announces India Expansion, Participates in UK Economic Trade Mission to India

  World First, an international Fintech payments and currency firm, has launched its service in India as the business accelerates its international growth plan. The announcement comes as World First joins the UK Government’s trade mission to India alongside Philip Hammond, Chancellor of the Exchequer,… Read More

UK Government Trip to India Looks to Strengthen Fintech Relationships in a Post Brexit World

As the UK moves forward with the separation from Europe, government officials are looking beyond Europe to improve bilateral relationships to improve trade and other areas. As Fintech is an emerging industry that is vital to the future of Great Britain, it simply makes sense… Read More

WorldFirst Global Trade Monitor: SMEs Have Been Negatively Impacted by Brexit Decision

World First, an international Fintech business in the Forex and money transfer space, is out with their Global Trade Barometer report and according to their perspective it’s not all good. World First says that UK SMEs are taking it on the chin as post-Brexit fallout is… Read More

Report: UK SMEs Lose in £141 Billion Export Shortfall

World First, a money transfer and FX firm, has commissioned a report by the Centre for Economics & Business Research (CEBR) that states there is a £141.3 billion export shortfall being experienced by UK SMEs. The report, entitled Thinking Global: The route to UK exporting success,… Read More

World First & Virgin Money Target Banks with Money Transfer Service

Virgin Money has partnered-up with World First in a push to “positively disrupt the international payments industry.  Virgin Money has positioned itself as the anti-bank. It presently provides savings, mortgages, credit cards, current accounts, pensions, investment and protection products using the philosophy of offering good… Read More

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