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Travelex appoints Jonathan Bennett head, corporate outsourcing, North America

24 August 2009  |  1813 views  |  1 Source: Travelex

Travelex has appointed Jonathan Bennett as Head of Corporate Outsourcing for all of North America.

Mr. Bennett is already the Head of Corporate Outsourcing for the UK, and now provides a global focus for products such as Corporate Cash Passport(TM). Since Cash Passport provides currency via a prepaid travel card to global consumers, this provides a global focus for the further expansion of the product.

"Cash Passport is changing the way business travelers think of carrying currency," said Mr. Bennett. "I think that the product will only continue to expand and become the standard for carrying currency for business travelers everywhere."

The Corporate Cash Passport allows companies to centralize and better manage their travel budgets while reducing administrative waste, providing auditing capabilities, increasing security and ultimately saving money. The card is loadable with U.S. Dollars and has the MasterCard Brand Mark bearing MasterCard protections such as Purchase Assurance Service and Lost Luggage Service while allowing the card to be used anywhere Debit MasterCard is accepted and at ATMs around the world to withdraw cash in local currency.

The Corporate Cash Passport easily transfers funds from the cards to company funds and back again any time during the 3-year life-span of the card. The card offers greater control by allowing managers to view exactly how much was spent on given days, watch over employee card funds and keep a check on total expenditure. Card accounts can even be set up with a specific hierarchical structure to better match company loading and management processes.

Mr. Bennett has been in the corporate financial services field for 8 years. During that time he has worked in both sales and general manager roles for American Express and Travelex.

"Given the increased scrutiny over corporate travel and the increased demand for greater control over employee travel spend, the potential for our Corporate Cash Passport is virtually limitless," added Mr. Bennett. "Travelex is leading the way and has the ability to change the way the world views traveling with currency."

Comments: (1)

Keith Richbell
Keith Richbell - eftpos Payments Australia Ltd. (ePAL) - Sydney | 27 August, 2009, 01:42

I understand his brother Gordon was quite surprised at this appointment.

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