Members United Corporate Federal Credit Union has chosen Travelex to streamline the entire payments process for the corporate credit union’s members who perform international wire transactions.
Members United’s proprietary module, Premier View, will now integrate with Travelex’s technology and global reach to offer its members real-time foreign exchange quotes, a foreign bank directory and simplified processing. With the new system enhancements, Premier View users will have better visibility into all international wire transactions with navigable payment entry screens and a built-in notification process that prompts members to select the appropriate foreign currency for a specific country that may not have US dollar accounts.
“At Members United, we are fully committed to exploring viable opportunities that offer better value for our members and share with them the best offerings available in the marketplace. In our view, that fact alone speaks volumes about our selection to use Travelex as our exclusive international wire processing provider,” said Kevin Brauer, senior vice president of member relations at the credit union. “Travelex is a true partner to financial institutions and combined with its global reach, we believe its suite of solutions is among the best in the financial services industry.”
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