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Currencycloud Secures AFS License to Offer Its Full Suite of Services in Australia

Currencycloud, a provider of B2B embedded cross-border solutions, announced that it was granted an Australian Financial Services (AFS) license by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). The granting of the AFS license follows the appointment of Nick Briscoe as

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Why B2B Payments Is The Next Big Domino in APAC’s Fintech Innovation Wave

In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, a 2020 McKinsey report projected that Asia’s payments sector would be well positioned to exceed US$1 trillion in annual revenue by 2022 or 2023, despite also forecasting a temporary 1-8% decline in Asia’s

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UK Fintech Currencycloud Sets up New APAC Headquarters in Singapore

Currencycloud, a provider of B2B embedded cross-border solutions, announced that it has opened an Asia Pacific headquarters in Singapore. The new office, located in Raffles Quay, will serve as a hub to drive the London-based fintech’s expansion throughout the wider

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Currencycloud Partners in Singapore with Ant Financial-Backed Payment Startup

Wallex, a Singaporean cross border payments startup backed by Ant Financial, has expanded its partnership with Currencycloud, a global payments platform, to deliver a new range of collections services for their Asian customers in Singapore. The partnership using Currencycloud Spark

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Mambu Integrates with Currencycloud for Cross Border Payments

Mambu, a cloud banking platform, and Currencycloud, a global payments platform, have partnered to offer increased transparency and scalability to international payments for platform customers. In their statement, the said that by integrating Mambu’s true SaaS banking platform with Currencycloud’s

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London-Based CurrencyCloud Eyeing Singapore Office After Raising US$ 80 Million

London-based B2B cross-border payments platform Currencycloud announced that it has secured an additional US$ 80 million in funding. As part of its Series E funding round, Currencycloud received new backing from leading global institutions such as Visa, International Finance Corporation

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