PayRetailers is Heading to iFX EXPO International 2022, Cyprus

FinanceFeeds Editorial Team

The Spanish company, specialising in payment processing in Latin America, will be meeting with industry leaders from across Europe, Asia, and the Middle East at the hub of the fintech industry.

It’s that time again. PayRetailers, the leading LATAM fintech payments specialist, will be attending the iFX EXPO International 2022, from 7 to 9 June in Limassol, Cyprus. The PayRetailers’ team of payment experts will be at booth #82 and they are ready to discuss the myriad of opportunities available to executives, directors, regulators, and leaders from various international industries looking to expand in the local markets of Latin America.

At this year’s expo, the Spanish payment provider can offer client’s even more options thanks to their commercial growth in the region following a host of new local acquisitions and expanded regional operations. The company has increased its presence not only in the payments sector, but also in various other industry fields, including financial services, digital assets, blockchain, banking, regulations, and iGaming, among others.

PayRetailers continues to expand its team and technology to strengthen its robust and inclusive payment infrastructure. Their all-in-one API offers more than 250 local alternative payment methods for global merchants from industries seeking to simplify operations in strategic Latin American markets.

In addition to expanding its commercial portfolio, PayRetailers is gearing up to capitalise on the networking opportunities offered by the largest B2B event in the world, by making invaluable connections and being part of productive conversations. It is these kind of meet ups that allow the company to form solid alliances leading them to innovate and improve existing digital strategies. This enables the fintech to guarantee their clients’ security, ease, and speed in the payment process.

iFX EXPO International is a global fintech event that connects top-level executives from the largest international firms from across Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. It is a space which brings together several leading representatives in the payments industry like PayRetailers, banks, technology & service providers, digital assets & blockchain, retail & institutional brokers, and regulation & compliance, among others.

About PayRetailers

Established in 2017, PayRetailers is a Spanish company and a leader in online payment services dedicated to creating a fast and simple payment process for merchants and shoppers. The company offers a full range of payment solutions to help e-commerce companies accept online payments through a single API integration. 

A clear understanding of consumer behavior and spending in their specific sector will be the difference between success and failure for merchants looking to expand internationally across certain e-commerce verticals. By accepting local payment methods, PayRetailers allows anyone to make online purchases, even if they don’t have credit or debit cards.

PayRetailers is headquartered in Spain, with regional offices in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru. Visit www.payretailers.com 

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