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QBC and Nium partner to enhance cross-border payments from Japan

By Leandra Monteiro

November 25, 2021

  • Cross Border Payments
  • Global Payments
  • International money transfer
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Queen Bee Capital, QBC, NiumGlobal payments and card issuance leader Nium and Japanese payments company Queen Bee Capital (QBC) have partnered to enhance international transfer offerings for both corporate and individual QBC customers across Japan.

Through this partnership, QBC will tap into Nium’s advanced pay-out capability to provide real-time, cost-efficient, and transparent cross-border payment solutions from Japan with 30 currencies to over 200 countries and regions, including the United States, Australia, Singapore, Bangladesh, the UK, Europe and Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay, Peru, Mexico and Columbia).

Nium’s Chief Revenue Officer, Frederick Crosby said, “We are delighted to announce our partnership with Queen Bee Capital, one of Nium’s first partners in Japan. Our platform will enable QBC to provide its customers with seamless real-time payment services to more countries and regions around the world.”

Queen Bee Capital’s President, Shenbo Huang said, “Nium is the established global leader in overseas payments. By integrating with their platform, we’re easily able to cost-effectively reach more corners of the world – most in real-time. We look forward to expanding our relationship in the future.”

Nium’s pay-out capability enables QBC to provide:

  • Seamless B2B, P2P, B2P and P2B cross-border payments for customers in multiple currencies
  • Access to multiple real-time payment corridors
  • Instant, speedy settlements

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