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HSBC US Commercial Clients Have Access To Extend Solutions Following Partnership

Extend, a virtual card and spend management platform, has partnered with HSBC, a global banking and financial services organisation. HSBC will offer Extend solutions to its commercial card clients in the US to help companies manage spending with the flexibility and control of virtual cards.

Using their HSBC business cards, joint customers will be able to simplify essential processes – like closing the books at the end of the month – and instantly empower anyone, anywhere to make business payments. Extend’s digital solutions are now available to HSBC US Commercial Card Clients with additional features coming in early 2023.

Thousands of businesses use Extend to easily create, send, and manage virtual cards, and ultimately control spending across their organisations. Using Extend’s mobile or Web app, admins can set one-time, multi-use, or recurring card limits and rules. They can also set budgets so leaders can create virtual cards for specific employees and expenses. And finally, automate payment reconciliation as it happens.

From pre-booking travel for events, to billing expenses back to legal clients, small and mid-market businesses trust Extend as a feature of their banks’ business cards.

Resolving daily challenges

Faisal Jafri, HSBC Head of Commercial Cards, Americas, said:

“Virtual card capabilities represent a world of opportunity for our commercial card clients. They want digital solutions for daily challenges, including vendor payments and expense reconciliation. Partnering with Extend allows us to deliver important innovations to our clients. We look forward to rolling out these capabilities to our clients.”

The number of virtual card transactions is expected to grow more than 300 per cent in the next five years. The US represents the largest market for business virtual card transactions, according to a recent analyst forecast. Extend enables its bank partners to meet this demand and provide to their clients the flexibility, visibility, and security of virtual cards. Businesses can self-onboard in minutes, without any technical integration or additional contracts or applications.

Andrew Jamison, CEO and co-founder of Extend
Andrew Jamison, CEO and co-founder of Extend

Andrew Jamison, CEO and co-founder of Extend said:

“HSBC promises banking solutions to its commercial card clients that fit their business needs. Its team is serious about delivering on that promise. We celebrate the opportunity these businesses will have to experience spend management the way it should be: activated from the very card they already have and focused on helping them save time, understand their businesses better, and control their working capital.”


  • Francis is a journalist and our lead LatAm correspondent, with a BA in Classical Civilization, he has a specialist interest in North and South America.

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