Start-up Stock Exchange adds SafetyPay as payment option

Wednesday 27 November 2013 10:02 CET | News

Stock Exchange Group of Companies (SSX) has teamed up with SafetyPay, an online banking payment solution, to offer its clients SafetyPay as a payment option.

Under the terms of the agreement, SSX’s integration with SafetyPay connects entrepreneurs and investors worldwide, breaking down start-up’s geographical frontiers, and allows them to raise funds from all over the world. With SafetyPay, investors can fund their SSX Investor Account in their local currency and via their own bank. Once the payment is approved, the funds will be transferred to their SSX Investor Account, in the approved trading currency (USD)

SSX provides a market for the owners of start-ups and small businesses to sell shares of their companies directly to global investors on a government supervised public securities market.

SafetyPay enables customers to make purchases directly from their bank account or with cash in their local currency. SafetyPay focuses on the travel industry, digital goods and merchants who are looking to sell internationally. The company provides access to bank customers in Europe, US, Canada and Latin America.

In recent news, SafetyPay has teamed up with OffGamers, a provider of customer services for gamers.

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Keywords: Stock Exchange, SafetyPay, payment option
Categories: Banking & Fintech
Countries: World
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