We are delighted to announce that WorldFirst has joined the British Insurance Brokers’ Association (BIBA) as an Associate Member with a proposition that could help any broker with international business.
WorldFirst was born out of the desire to create a real alternative to the big banks. Since launching in 2004, it has been committed to making the movement of money around the world easier, faster, safer and cheaper and 250,000 customers have now used our services to send more than $70bn around the world.
As members of BIBA, WorldFirst’s global network will enable brokers and their customers to collect, convert and pay all over the world with our easy-to-use payments platform – helping to remove the barriers and frustrations of international trade while remaining totally compliant.
Daniel Howe, Managing Director EMEA, at WorldFirst said:
“Our customers really value the flexibility and certainty our services provide. Businesses benefit from holding free overseas accounts in up to 10 different currencies and the ability to collect, hold and make payments globally in more than 130 currencies all with our award-winning 24-hour customer service. We are sure that brokers will appreciate the ease of making international transactions through us which is why we are delighted to have become a BIBA Associate Member.”
Steve White, BIBA’s Chief Executive, concluded:
“The world is changing while international trading continues and solutions to effect these are essential. That is why we welcome WorldFirst aboard.”
For more information on how WorldFirst can help with your international payments needs, contact us today.
The British Insurance Brokers’ Association (BIBA) is the UK’s leading general insurance intermediary organisation representing the interests of insurance brokers, intermediaries and their customers.
BIBA membership includes just more than 1800 regulated firms, employing more than 100,000 staff. General insurance brokers contribute 1% of GDP to the UK economy; they arrange 67% of all general insurance with a premium totalling £66.5bn and 81% of all commercial insurance business. Insurance brokers put their customers’ interests first, providing advice, access to suitable insurance protection and risk management.