LONDON--()--Following 8 years of continued growth which has seen the company expand its global operation from London to Sydney, the UK’s fastest growing currency company, World First, has opened for business in the USA.
“We are looking to transform foreign exchange services in the US. Our service is faster, safer and better than anything you can get anywhere else.”
Founders Jonathan Quin and Nick Robinson plan to fill a gap in the market by launching World First USA Inc, bringing greater choice and better service to US clients when it comes to foreign exchange payments.
Currently, there isn’t any similar company operating the same type of service-led operation in the USA. Typically, small to medium sized business have to wait several days to make international currency transfers with their bank. With World First, clients will be able to access better exchange rates and receive the kind of personalised support that the big banks reserve for a select few top tier clients.
Whereas people usually have to wait a week for international payments, World First is able to offer a high speed alternative. Most payments can be made on the same day they’re requested, there are no automated answering services to deal with and the team pledge to always answer the phone within ‘three rings’.
It’s a refreshing change to the normal experience customers have when calling a finance company. And one which the team hope will appeal to people in the US.
Nick Robinson, Managing Director at World First said:
“Americans are used to good service, but for some reason nobody has ever brought that friendly and positive approach to the business of foreign exchange. That is until now.
“We are looking to transform foreign exchange services in the US. Our service is faster, safer and better than anything you can get anywhere else.
“These days we live in a global village and more people need to send and receive money from overseas than ever before. Navigating the often volatile currency markets can sometimes be a tricky business.
“World First is stepping up to meet the increasing demand for better exchange rates and superior service for everyone.”