Admirals unveils redesigned Visa Debit Admirals Card

Rick Steves

“With this new design, we aimed to infuse a sense of modernity that resonates with the way we manage our finances today. Thanks to our ongoing partnership with Solaris, we are thrilled to offer this fresh look to our clients.”

Admirals has announced the new face of the Visa Debit Admirals Card, featuring a contemporary design born from its renewed collaboration with Solaris, a European embedded finance platform.

With a commitment to developing cutting-edge products tailored to meet client needs, the Admirals Card offers users a multitude of options for managing their finances, investing in over 3,000 financial instruments, and conducting secure transactions.

In an era where digital money management is on the rise, the financial industry is witnessing substantial growth. To cater to this trend, Admirals has decided to revamp its card offerings, starting with the redesign of the Admirals Card.

This makeover reflects Admirals’ dedication to modernity, simplicity, and security in the world of digital finance. The collaboration between Admirals and Solaris aligns seamlessly with both companies’ mission to bring financial freedom and digital financial solutions to a broader audience.

Simplifying everyday investing, saving, and spending

Jekaterina Davõdova, Team Lead in Payment & Settlement Systems at Admirals, said: “The Admirals Card has always been a crucial component of our brand, simplifying everyday investing, saving, and spending with instant global access to investors’ funds, all from a single account. With this new design, we aimed to infuse a sense of modernity that resonates with the way we manage our finances today. Thanks to our ongoing partnership with Solaris, we are thrilled to offer this fresh look to our clients.”

Andrea Ramoino, Managing Director for electric money business, UK and EEA at Solaris, commented: “We take pride in extending our partnership with Admirals, facilitating seamless financial interactions for its customers through physical and virtual cards across the EEA region. The card program has witnessed consistent growth since its inception in 2020, and we anticipate this trend to continue as more customers opt for smooth digital and cashless payments.”

The redesigned Admirals Card boasts a minimalist design with clean lines, offering a straightforward, secure, and transparent means of managing expenses in today’s digital landscape. To discover more about the Admirals Card and how to obtain one, please visit the official Admirals website.

As Admirals continues to expand its global reach, this collaboration with Solaris signifies the company’s unwavering commitment to providing advanced trading tools, financial security, and superior customer care policies to clients around the world.

The online investment service providers that are owned by Admirals Group AS, are authorized to offer their clients with the ability to trade Forex, and CFDs on, inter alia, indices, metals, energies, stocks, bonds and digital currencies, but also to invest in Stocks and ETFs (product offering may vary depending on each investment service provider and the client’s country of residence).

Since its founding in 2001, Admirals continues to experience worldwide growth and evolution and is committed to providing its clients around the globe with advanced trading tools, access to financial security and various customer care policies. Admirals is licensed in the Seychelles, UK, Cyprus, South Africa, Australia, Jordan, Canada and Kenya.

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