In an article published on Business Reporter, Ashley Mallet, Head of Business at Paysend talks about how fintech has made banking and finance easier for SMEs by removing hurdles in areas such as lending and cross-border payments via technological advancements in online and mobile banking. Following the 2008 Financial Crisis, banks reduced their banking activity, constraining small businesses’ potential to upscale. To increase competition in the sector and encourage new players to enter the financial market, new legislation has also been passed in several countries to create a level playing field.
With its intuitive interface and powerful features, Paysend Business makes it easy for SMEs to manage their finances across borders. Businesses can receive, spend, and exchange money in over 30 currencies, without worrying about hidden fees or complicated exchange rates. Instant payments can be made through multi-currency accounts, including global inbound and outbound payment functionality and payouts to Visa and Mastercard worldwide.
Partnership supports Paysend’s mission to provide simple, instant money transfers to Latin American markets
May 9th, 2023 – Paysend, the global card-to-card transfers pioneer and global payments platform, has announced a new strategic partnership with the world's leading Spanish-language content and media company, TelevisaUnivision.
Led by European CEO, Céline Singleton, the office is in the process of recruiting a team of up to 30 employees to take the strategy forward.
The Dublin office will be one of four global hubs run by Paysend, alongside Miami, Edinburgh and global head office London. Paysend already operates in over 170 countries worldwide serving more than 7 million customers.