Thursday, February 22, 2018
Tags Cross-border

Tag: Cross-border

Eurogiro partners with cross-border payments company Inpay

Cross-border payments company Eurogiro has partnered with Denmark-based payments technology platform Inpay. Read more:

Airwallex lands $6m round from Square Peg Capital

International payments company Airwallex has closed a $6m investment from Square Peg Capital, as part of a new partnership. Read more:

UAE, Saudi Arabia partner for cryptocurrency payment pilot

The central banks of the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia are launching a pilot to use cryptocurrency to facilitate cross-border payments between the two. Read more:

TransferMate talks cross-border B2B payments

TransferMate discusses the regulatory challenges of disrupting the cross-border B2B payments market and how collaboration with banks helps to make progress. Read More:

Cross-border payments firm InstaReM moves into Malaysia

InstaReM, a leading digital cross-border payments company, on Tuesday announced its expansion into Malaysia, further solidifying its presence in Asia, Read more:

Crossing borders at rapid speed

Mark Frey, COO of Cambridge Global Payments, discusses the need for FX service providers to learn from rideshare companies to deliver seamless transactions. Read more:

Remitly secures $115m Series D funding round led by PayU

Digital remittance company Remitly has secured a $115m series D funding round led by Naspers’ FinTech investment division PayU. Read more:

Hong Kong and Singapore collaborate on trading platform

Hong Kong and Singapore have committed to work on a strategic project on trade finance cross-border infrastructure, based on distributed ledger technology (DLT). Read More:

India’s YES Bank and Abu Dhabi Global Markets join to advance...

India’s YES Bank and Abu Dhabi Global Markets have signed an agreement to further foster cross-border exchange Read more:

Singapore, Indian state see blockchain cross-border payments

A senior Singapore central bank has called blockchain technology “a natural form of collaboration” between Singapore and the Indian, Read more: