After endless requests from customers across Australia and New Zealand, it’s finally here. We’re excited to announce the launch of our debit card down under — your passport to cheaper spending overseas.
TransferWise is the latest fintech unicorn to try its hand at breaking the US, taking its borderless bank account and debit card across the pond one year on from its launch in Europe.
TransferWise has raised $292 million in a secondary share sale which values the money transfer startup at $3.5 billion.
London-based fintech unicorn TransferWise is applying for a money transfer license in Brussels as it seeks to guard against disruption in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
TransferWise has brought its borderless account and debit Mastercard to Ireland, and is set to save the country millions in hidden bank fees.
7 years ago, we set out to make the world of finance more fair. Our mission has always been simple: money without borders for everyone, everywhere – instant, convenient, and eventually free.
TransferWise has revamped its overseas business account to include a debit card, integration with accounting platform Xero and an API for the development of third party payment automation applications.
TransferWise, a financial company for people who travel, live and work internationally, has completed a £65 million syndicated debt facility with NatWest, JP Morgan and LHV Bank to support the increasing requirements of its growing international customer base.
Dutch challenger bank bunq has teamed up with TransferWise to let its customers make fast, low-cost international payments.
Annual revenue at TransferWise grew by over 75% in the last financial year to £117 million, the company announced.
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