Travelex Global Business Payments, a provider of international payments and foreign exchange (FX) solutions, has launched GlobalPay Legal. With best-in-class global payment solutions and industry-specific experience, Travelex continues to gain traction within the legal marketplace by expanding ongoing engagements as well as adding new clients to the roster. Some ongoing engagements include Dority & Manning in the US and recent wins in the UK, France and Australia.
GlobalPay Legal offers all of the same functionality as the flagship offering with benefits tailored for the legal industry, such as integrating directly with existing law firm systems to cut costs and minimise operations. Specifically, the future payment feature provides law firms with additional predictability in both domestic and international payments when working with outside partners and vendors.
“Travelex prides itself on providing clients with domestic and international payment solutions that are tailored to meet their specific business needs and GlobalPay Legal is no exception,” said Alfred Nader, vice president of the legal vertical market for Travelex. “The increasingly complex, global nature of law firms and their partners requires a unique, customised solution that provides flexibility, transparency and control in the payment process.”
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