Rakuten Bank, part of the Rakuten Group and one of Japan’s leading e-commerce companies, is using Travelex’s GEO international payments platform for cross-border payments. Through GEO, Rakuten Bank is able to offer international payments capability in 67 currencies to their customers in Japan.
David Sear, divisional managing director, Travelex Global Business Payments, said: “GEO is a one-stop shop for international payments, improving efficiency, clearing times and minimising errors, while ensuring a better customer experience through seamless service integration with existing online banking platforms.”
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