Earthport, a cross-border payments service provider, has partnered with Global Winning Technologies (GWT) in Japan. Under the agreement, the Tokyo-based technology firm will help Earthport strengthen relationships with global institutions seeking to address their international payments requirements.
GWT provides customers including banks, hedge funds and securities firms with an extensive portfolio of intelligence software. Their expertise in financial solutions and relationships with key financial institutions offers Earthport the ideal local presence for multinational institutions based in Japan. GWT will act as an extension of the existing Earthport sales team led by Marc van Teeseling, vice president of business development for Asia-Pacific.
GWT founder Yukio Sakamoto said: “We look forward to delivering value to our clients through proposing Earthport’s innovative payments framework as a superior payments service. Earthport provides a completely new flexible solution for corporates, financial institutions and non-banks to offer competitive international business services. We are delighted to offer an innovative new payments model to our customers, which can be integrated with their systems and complement existing services.”
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