FairFX has announced a new tie-up with EasyJet founder’s forex firm

May 19, 2017 · bdaily.co.uk

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London-based FairFX, which provides multicurrency payment services, has entered into an agreement to offer its currency card, cash and international payments services through easyCurrency.

The partnership will open up a significant new market for the FX firm, giving it access to customers from across the easyGroup, which is owned by Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou, including easyJet and easyHotels.

Through the online easyCurrency portal, which looks to undercut the conversion rates offered on the high street, travellers will be given access to FairFX’s services along with ‘preferential rates’ which the financial business say will continue for the lifetime of the agreement.

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