NEED TO MAKE A CURRENCY TRANSFER?
Whether you need to pay international suppliers, receive international market place revenues,pay for a mortgage overseas, transfer your superannuation or repatriate overseas earnings to a bank account back home, you’ll want to find a way that could save you time and money.
Save time and money
Most people will ask their bank to transfer their money overseas, unaware that there’s an alternative which could offer competitive exchange rates and high levels of customer service.
Mayne Global has teamed up with WorldFirst, the award-winning international payments company, to provide great exchange rates that mean your money could go much further compared to using your bank.
You’ll always speak to a real person 24/7 – never a machine, who’s there to provide you with help and assistance when you need it.
Any other WorldFirstbenefits?
Regular international payments
With WorldFirst, you can set up your payments to be made automatically so you don’t need to lift a finger. You can fix a rate so you know what the rate will be in advance or simply take the rate on the day every month.
A range of solutions to help your business
WorldFirstis market-leading, award-winning, rapidly-growing international FinTech business. Experts in international currencies and money transfers, WorldFirstcombines specialist knowledge of foreign exchange markets with technological innovation to help individuals and businesses manage international currency payments quickly, securely and economically.
A specialist alternative to traditional banks’ generalist approach, WorldFirsthas successfully exchanged more than £40bnfor over112,000+individuals and businesses since 2004. WorldFirst’scorporate and e-commerce desks enable SMEs and online marketplace traders to expand internationally via a specialist andpersonalisedservice proposition and tailored technology.
WorldFirstemploys over 600+people across 7international offices of London, Sydney, Austin, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore, and the Netherlands.
Want to save time and money on your next international money transfer?