Aqua Global, a supplier of messaging, integration, payment and cash management solutions, has opened a Luxembourg office, in an effort to optimise operations from a business and IT perspective.
Nick Fernando, co-founder and director of Aqua Global, said: “I am delighted to announce this critical move. Our strategy is simple. We need to ensure the needs and requirements of all banks within the Benelux region have been met, while offering full-time support and commitment allowing these banks to optimise their operations from both a business and IT perspective.”
Aqua Global has branches in London (head office), Poland, southeast Asia and several local agents around the globe.
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