SEQR Reveals Global Instant Peer-to-Peer Money Transfer

SEQR Reveals Global Instant Peer-to-Peer Money Transfer
15.11.2016 09:30 am

SEQR Reveals Global Instant Peer-to-Peer Money Transfer

Transaction Banking , Payments , Infrastructure

SEQR, a subsidiary of Nasdaq Stockholm-listed Seamless (STO:SEAM), is launching a peer-to-peer money transfer solution that enables users to instantly transfer money to each other regardless of where they are in the world. The service is now being rolled out for SEQR users in 14 countries.

The solution is automatically available for those who download SEQR.

“We will be the first operator in Europe to introduce this peer-to-peer service internationally. In a single stroke, our European users across 14 countries can send each other money instantly regardless of where they are in the world. We believe that there is the same level of interest in the rest of Europe for peer-to-peer money transfer as has proven to be the case in Sweden,” says Annika Blomé, COO of Seamless.

Sweden, Finland, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Malta, Ireland, Austria and the UK are the countries that will be given this new possibility to transfer money between SEQR users.

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