04 May 2015

Caledonian Bank chooses i2c for debit card processing

24 March 2014  |  1100 views  |  0 Source: I2C

I2C, a provider of payment processing and emerging commerce solutions, today announced that Caledonian Bank Ltd., a division of Caledonian Global Financial Services Inc., is leveraging its global platform for next-generation card processing.

Founded in 1970, Caledonian provides high net worth individuals and corporations around the world with a full range of financial services, including banking, brokerage, wealth management and asset protection services. It was named Best Private Bank in 2013 by World Finance and Best Offshore Bank by Global Financial Review.

"Caledonian is guided by a set of core values - Integrity, Excellence and Leadership - which factored into our choice of payment processor. We chose i2c because they will be a partner in helping us uphold these values," said Elljanna Dixon, Client Services Manager. "i2c's next-generation processing capabilities allow us to offer better features to our high-end client base, such as mobile apps, text alerts and more powerful cardholder websites."

"Caledonian's discerning clientele rely on them to provide banking and financial services solutions of the highest quality. This means that their service delivery and product offerings need to be top notch," said Miguel Cintron, vice president, Business Development, at i2c. "i2c's track record of 99.99% availability and robust processing capabilities will enable Caledonian to deliver the superior experience their clients expect."

Caledonian is based in the Cayman Islands, with offices in Canada and the British Virgin Islands. i2c processes over $1.5 billion annually in the Latin America & Caribbean region. 

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