Allica Bank Partners with Wise for Cross-Border Money Transfers

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Wise Platform announces a new partnership with Allica Bank to provide financial businesses with a transparent and low-cost way to send international money.

This is a significant step for Allica’s customers willing to expand and operate internationally. This new partnership will allow them to use their current accounts to send international payments with transparent fees and no exchange rate.

Using the Wise platform, customers can integrate international payment processing systems quickly and conveniently within their banking app.

Partnering with Wise Platform will also provide other businesses with a broader range of tools to help their international payment landscape thrive.

Read More: Allica Bank signs with Wise for cross-border money transfers

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