INTL FCStone: Exotic Cross-Border Payments Simplified

INTL FCStone solves for issues with correspondent banking by improving transparency and reducing costs.

Boston, April 10, 2019 – The cross-border payments space is significant from a revenue perspective, but as the demand for cross-border payments capabilities is growing, the cost of compliance and other industry pressures has driven many banks to de-risk, at a significant disadvantage to emerging and developing economies as well as multinational organizations. As in other payments sectors, nonbank providers, such as INTL FCStone, are looking for ways to address challenges with cross-border payments. INTL FCStone has successfully addressed many of the issues with cross-border payments today by building its own global network of local correspondent banking partners combined with state-of-the-art trading and payments technology solutions.

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Clients of Aite Group’s Retail Banking & Payments or Wholesale Banking & Payments service can download this 16-page Impact Brief.

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