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Small World FS hits £10bn in transactions

27 May 2015  |  1658 views  |  0 Source: Small World FS

Small World FS, Europe’s leading international payment services provider, has today announced a milestone for the business, having processed £10bn in transactions since launching in 2006.

The London-headquartered fintech business now operates the third largest payout network in the world, with a global payout network of over 250,000 locations in 188 countries.

This news comes after months rapid expansion, including the extension of its digital services into 14 sending markets, as well as inking deals with the MTN Group, Africa’s largest mobile operator, and Nations Trust Bank, Sri Lanka’s fastest growing bank.

Nick Day, CEO of Small World FS, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for the Small World FS team to take a step back and celebrate all that we have achieved in the past ten years. The international payment market has certainly changed a lot in that time, but this milestone is evidence that our local approach to international payments is one that resonates with our customers around the world.”

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