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ACY Securities Boosts Global Access with Currencycloud

Partnership Australian forex and CFDs broker ACY Securities has teamed up with London-based payments company Currencycloud, enabling clients to deposit funds through local payment rails in over 180 countries and transact in 35+ currencies. The collaboration grants traders immediate access to a vast global payments network and solidifies ACY Securities’ position as a technology-driven firm focused on high-quality trading experiences.

Enhanced Payment Infrastructure for ACY Securities

Currencycloud’s real-time local rails and global network will help ACY Securities optimize its payment infrastructure. The broker will leverage multi-currency accounts and live, API-driven competitive FX rates to improve their service offering.

ACY Securities CEO Jimmy Ye expressed excitement about the partnership, emphasizing their commitment to enhancing customer experience. “With Currencycloud, we can achieve our goal of exemplary customer service, supported by their 24/7 assistance and APAC-based account management team,” Ye said.

Nick Briscoe, Australia’s Country Manager for Currencycloud, highlighted ACY Securities’ strong reputation for using technology to deliver robust client experiences. Their customer-centered solution enables customers to reach a payments network covering the world.

Currencycloud’s Integration with Visa 

Since becoming part of Visa in 2021, Currencycloud recently appointed Maxime Guirauton as Head of Marketing and Sales to aid integration efforts. With nearly two decades of marketing experience, Guirauton previously worked with Orange, JVC, and Samsung.

CEO Mike Laven remarked on the company’s exciting trajectory, noting that integration with Visa enables the exploration of relationships with major companies and entry into new markets worldwide. In July 2021, Visa revealed plans to acquire Currencycloud for $700 million, and the UK-based B2B payments firm recently secured an Australian Financial Services license from the Australian ASIC, allowing it to offer its full range of services in Australia.

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