3S Money, a bank challenger that enables corporates to accept and manage bank transfers in foreign markets, has announced that it is expanding its portfolio of banking partners to include Raiffeisen Bank International A.G. – an Austrian banking group.
The security of this new partnership enables 3S Money to expand its reach into global markets, offering a wider variety of currencies to facilitate collections and payments. This is part of the company’s ongoing commitment to providing safe, secure, and speedy payments to their clients across the world.
Raiffeisen Bank will be the main facilitator of Russian Ruble transactions, and central European currencies, whilst also facilitating their euro transaction flow.
Ivan Zhiznevskiy, CEO of 3S Money said, “As more businesses enter overseas markets, it is imperative that their multi-currency payments flow without issues. Raiffeisen Bank is the seventh banking partner that we are fully integrated with, building on our strategy in connecting different payment rails across the world which in turn creates a seamless banking experience for our clients.
3s.money is a bank challenger that connects corporates to their customers globally by providing them with local business accounts to send and receive funds through all major payment rails. The digital accounts are designed for high-value import and export transactions, dividend distributions, finance, and treasury operations with 3s.money handling all aspects of cross-border payments and FX risk management.
With enhanced due diligence and an invitation-only policy, the company provides truly global coverage for many discerning corporates. 3s.money has a no ‘Chatbot’ policy and offers 24/7 personal client support and representation in London, Dubai, Amsterdam, Luxembourg, and Riga that means customers get unrivalled levels of service and attention whilst supporting them to manage currency risk and strategically handle their international payment requirements. 3s.money can handle transactions in over 30 currencies delivering levels of personal service normally often provided by large merchants banks to global corporations.