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moneycorp announces new partnership with ChamberCustoms

By Megha Bhattacharya

June 01, 2021

  • America
  • Moneycorp

Specialist international payments partner, moneycorp, has announced a new partnership with ChamberCustoms, a customs broker, training, and advisory service delivered through the British Chambers of Commerce across the UK. The partnership will help ChamberCustoms’ clients with access to a one-stop-shop for mitigating risk when importing and exporting across the globe.

Lee McDarby, CEO of UK International Payments at moneycorp, said, “At moneycorp, ease, transparency, and support are paramount to us when it comes to helping our clients trading overseas. We are delighted to partner with ChamberCustoms and give our customers access to its global expertise in supporting thousands of businesses, in matters of trade, consultancy, and advisory.

As we continue to face heightened challenges and opportunities globally, especially when it comes to trade, we’re hugely excited to help provide the certainty businesses need to get back on their feet and into the world. Customers shouldn’t have to struggle when it comes to navigating a complex and changing set of import and customs regulations. The partnership is another step in our commitment to providing the right experts to our customers, so they are equipped with wrap-around support in all matters around international payments and trade.”

Recently, FinTech moneycorp announced a new partnership with UK-based MHA in a bid to provide insight and guidance to another top accountancy firm, supporting clients in developing their currency risk management strategy whilst bolstering international business growth. The partnership will give MHA clients access to moneycorp’s expertise by providing individual support with their international payment needs, as well as guidance on currency risk management strategies.

Liam Smyth, Director at ChamberCustoms, said, “The British Chambers of Commerce has had a longstanding relationship with moneycorp who already support many businesses across our network. Extending this relationship to ChamberCustoms is an obvious step, as our customers come to terms with the complexity of trading goods across the EU border now that we are outside of the single market.
As traders deal with the additional costs of trading, Chamber FX delivered by moneycorp can help our customers to gain margin back through taking a more planned approach to buying and selling across a range of currencies and open up opportunities to acquire new customers across the globe.”

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