World first to trade, cross-border payment solutions from the DIFC

To exchange world first, cross-border payment solutions from the DIFC

the UK-headquartered world first is expanding in Dubai and opened a branch office in the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) create a platform for the international trade and currency exchange.

to enable The extension of the world first to offer currency exchange and international payment solutions for e-commerce businesses and individuals in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia (MEASA) region.     

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“world first joins more than 2,300 active, registered organizations, and the FinTech community of more than 100 companies, the DIFC to your place of choice, to the service of the MEASA region,” Arif Amiri, Chief Executive Officer, DIFC Authority, said in a statement.

In addition, he said, is the Start of the world first touch in the MEASA region the burgeoning e-commerce market, which is expected to be worth $97 billion up to 2020 and the continuation of their upward development trajectory.

the home of the largest financial ecosystem in the region, the DIFC has succeeded in attracting some of the world’s leading financial institutions since 2004.

has reached The DIFC FinTech ecosystem is a three-fold growth since the end of 2018.

To date, Jonathan Quin, CEO at world first, said that more than 250,000 customers chosen worldwide world first for your international transfers.

“We have transferred $70b for customers since our Start, and carried out more than a million transfers per year. Now is an exciting time for the e-commerce industry, and we believe that the Middle East offers potential for growth, as we continue our journey to the world’s best foreign exchange platform for private individuals and international companies,” said Quin.

Released on Sun, 24 Nov 2019 07:26:59 +0000

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