INTL FCStone Ltd’s Global Payments Division to Showcase Cross-Border Payments Solutions10.12.2016
Carsten Hils, Global Head of INTL FCStone Ltd’s Global Payments Division, commented on today’s news, “We are thrilled to be showcasing our industry-leading cross-border payments platform for the developing world at both the AFP Annual Conference as well as at Money 20/20, each critical events for financial risk management and cross-border payments. We look forward to engaging in spirited dialogue with senior-level attendees at both events, on issues pertaining to local market conditions in the developing world, international payments and foreign exchange. We encourage conference participants to visit our booth at AFP (#244), one of ten stops on the Treasury and Finance Quest, as well as our booth at Money 20/20 (#2338), to learn more about our innovative global payments solutions.”
The Company also disclosed that it will be one of ten participating companies in AFP’s Treasury and Finance Quest. The contest, being run by AFP for the first time, will see attendees compete to collect stickers from the exhibition booths of ten participating companies, and thereby be eligible to win prizes including an Apple Watch Sport, an Apple TV, or a Bose SoundTouch 10 wireless music system.
INTL FCStone Ltd’s Global Payments Division specializes in transferring funds in local currency to the developing world and has been the industry leader in providing cross-border payments services in exotic currencies for two decades. The Company allows clients to execute payments in more than 175 countries and 140 currencies through its global network of approximately 300 correspondent banks, and leverages this network to provide industry-leading intelligence on local market conditions that critically impact international payments and foreign exchange. GPD team members regularly liaise with global decision makers and source proprietary intelligence that provides clients with unique insights into local market conditions, knowledge that is critical to ensure efficient and secure cross-border payments.
More information about the AFP 2016 Annual Conference can be found at https://an16.afponline.org/.
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