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ArcaPay – New name in the international B2B payments space

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December 6, 2016

London, UK – MB Transfers, a London based international B2B payment service provider, last weekend introduced its new brand identity – ArcaPay.

“The change highlights our focus on efficient digital business-to-business payments rather than cash remittances” said Marius Bausys, the CEO of ArcaPay. “We wanted to make it clear that our main goal is to reduce frictions in the electronic payments ecosystem.”

Under the new brand, the company has also started offering small business consulting service. Marius Bausys, who has spent 6 years servicing largest corporate clients at a major City institution, believes that SMEs face similar challenges as their large competitors. However, banks do not pay due attention to their smaller customers. ArcaPay strives to fill this gap and help the owners better assess the impact of financial markets to their business and identify the most efficient cross-border payment solutions.

The new company name is accompanied by a slogan “Your gateway to international payments”. The same message is conveyed in the minimalistic logo, which features letters “A” and “P” that symbolise a gate arc and a key.

ArcaPay Ltd is authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority and licensed by HM Revenue and Customs. For more information and the latest exchange rates please visit www.arcapay.com

http://www.arcapay.com

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