Deal with transactions service provider allows SafeCharge offer clients fast and cost-effective gambling banking services in multiple currencies.
Payments solutions group SafeCharge has inked another partnership deal as it continues its expansion drive, signing an agreement with global transactions services provider Saxo Payments that will enable its clients to enjoy fast and cost-effective banking services in multiple currencies.
The quid pro quo for Saxo are the benefits that flow from SafeCharge's strong and widespread distribution network with a major international clientele.
Describing the collaboration as a major milestone for his organisation, Anders la Cour, CEO for Saxo Payments, said his company would deliver a cross border settlement account for SafeCharge's premium client base.
SafeCharge CEO David Avgi said the agreement broadens SafeCharge's payments offering, adding:
"Saxo Payments offers us the global payments services we need under one roof supporting our business and worldwide client base. Through this partnership we can expand our merchants business by offering a reduced rate, cross border payment solution, which is essential in a global market.”