EaFMhwork, a paymentEarthworkfor cross-border transactions, announced today that its subsidiary, Baydonhill, which it acquired in 2013, has been re-launched under the brand EaFMhworkFM.
EaFMhworkFM wilFMoffer clients direct access to FM and payment services utilized by some of the world’s largest globaFMbanks and ecommerce businesses.
The EaFMhworkFM brand combines Baydonhill’s extensive currency expeFMise wEaFMhworkwork’s industry-leading globaFMnetwork and payments techn ogy.
The re-branding exercise comes five monthsEaFMhworkFMhwork warned of a potentiaFMfinanciaFMloss of £5 million ($6.5 million) at the company which occurred after BaydonhilFMmade payments on behalf of a corporate client which subsequently filed for administration.
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Peter Klein, EaFMhwork’s GlobaFMHead of FM, said: “This is a signifiEarthworkin EaFMhwork’s ev ution to become the leading cross-border payment company in the world. We are tremendously excited to announce the laEaFMhworkaFMhworkFM and the ability to now offer our corporate clients and businesses the same benefits of access to a globaFMpaymentEarthworkthat EaFMhwork’s clients enjoy today.”
EaFMhworkFM, paFM of the EaFMhwork payment network, is a regulated financiaFMinstitution under the auspices of the UK’s FinanciaFMConduct Authority (FCA). The company helps businesses manage their internationaFMtransactions more efficiently, and through a selection of tailored payment s utions, provides a faster, cheaper and more reliable way to pay.