In the face of increasingly partisan politics, the 2020 US presidential election was already set to be one of the most polarising elections in living memory.
As a customer-centric company, we want to help all businesses cut costs and maximise their currency requirements during these unprecedented times.
With immediate effect, we are:
- Removing all transaction fees on international payments through our batch payments platform
- Offering a free hedging review to clients
- Fast-tracking new account applications to ensure benefits can be realised immediately
Please share this offer with any companies you know who might benefit, or create your own account now.
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About Currencies Direct
We’ve been offering businesses market-leading currency and international payment solutions since 1996.
Over the years our team of 500+ currency experts have worked with more than 325,000 customers, and we transact over £7.5 billion in international payments per annum.
With personal account management, tailored support and competitive exchange rates we’re here to help during this difficult period.
If you would like to discuss your FX requirements please get in touch with our expert team on +44 (0) 20 7847 9400 or email Business@currenciesdirect.com.
*This offer will run until midnight of 31st July 2020.
Currencies Direct is one of Europe's leading non-bank providers of currency exchange and international payment services. Since we were formed in 1996, we've maintained our focus on providing innovative foreign exchange and international currency transfer services to corporations of all sizes, online sellers and private individuals. We have also expanded our services to provide dynamic and pioneering "business to business" solutions to help companies, tier 2/3 banks and other non-bank financial institutions to process their international payments. Our headquarters are in the City of London (United Kingdom) and we have operations in continental Europe, Africa, Asia, and the United States. Currencies Direct is jointly owned by private equity firms Palamon Capital Partners and Corsair Capital.