Ascent Resources, an independent European oil and gas exploration and production company, has choosen The Currency Club as a foreign exchange (FX) supplier.
Joining the likes of other corporate clients such as the airline, CityJet, and professional recruitment consultants, Robert Walters, Ascent Resources will benefit from easy access to the best exchange rates on over 40 travel money currencies. As an institutional client, Ascent Resources will also enjoy the complete convenience that comes from The Currency Club’s free same day delivery to any central London office space.
Scott Richardson Brown, finance director of Ascent Resources, said: “The Currency Club has been able to perfectly meet our physical currency needs with an excellent and very efficient service. We look forward to building on our ongoing relationship.”
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