Accountancy Age has partnered with foreign exchange specialist Moneycorp to offer a currency feed and converter on the AccountancyAge.com home page.
The currency feed offers access to live currency rates, allowing companies to make foreign exchange decisions in real-time. To access currencies not listed in the ticker, users can launch a currency converter, which provides a complete range of currencies.
Commenting on the launch of this new service, Moneycorp’s marketing manager, Nick Bull said, ‘Thousands of UK companies are involved in the import and export of goods from around the world and, as a result, make or receive foreign currency payments as a part of their day-to-day business. We envisage that this new service will be an invaluable tool in helping these companies make informed foreign exchange decisions’.
Moneycorp is the UK’s leading foreign exchange specialist, providing tailored foreign exchange services for companies and individuals. Its corporate clients span a cross section of industries and include small, medium and large businesses.
Moneycorp is a trading division of the TTT Moneycorp Group, which was established in 1979 and, last year, traded in excess of £4bn in currencies. The Moneycorp division was established in 2000 and has grown to a team of 90 strong, based in their head office in Knightsbridge.
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