FXPRIMUS partners with Yuupay to extend funding service in Asia Pacific region

The Asian continent is very much a priority for much of the retail FX industry these days, and, as was recently discussed at length at the iFXEXPO Asia 2016 in Hong Kong which was hosted by Conversion Pros and Finance Magnates, one major consideration which is very important when approaching the Asia Pacific region, and […]

FXPRIMUS partners with Yuupay

The Asian continent is very much a priority for much of the retail FX industry these days, and, as was recently discussed at length at the iFXEXPO Asia 2016 in Hong Kong which was hosted by Conversion Pros and Finance Magnates, one major consideration which is very important when approaching the Asia Pacific region, and in particular mainland China, is the method by which electronic payments can be received from clients.

Today, FXPRIMUS has extended its payment services to clients in new geographical territories via safe payment provider YuuPay.

Clients in geographically important markets such as Thailand, China, Dubai and Singapore will now be able to fund their accounts via fast and secure services from YuuPay.

Director & CEO of FXPRIMUS, Terry Thompson today made a corporate statement with regard to the partnership:

“We’d like to congratulate YuuPay for their ongoing efforts to extend their secure funding services. This approach entirely mirrors our own strategy to make our safe trading journey accessible to clients all around the world.”

CEO of YuuPay, Yoav Elgrichi further added:

“We are extremely happy with how YuuCollect has provided a safe and secure alternative to facilitate payments for FXPRIMUS. We are all well aware how the payment arena is rapidly changing and we at YuuPay ensures that we keep ourselves committed to bringing more innovative solutions to respond to the growing demands of the industry.”

Photograph: Stanley, Hong Kong. Copyright FinanceFeeds

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