Payment Processor ECommPay Opens Office in Singapore – Coin News

ecommpay-3048460Bitcoin Press Release: On September 9th Payment processor ECommPay opened its first Asian office in Singapore to serve clients in the market and those interested in entering it.

As a global commercial centre, Singapore is ideally situated at the heart of Asian e-Commerce, attracting companies and specialists from around the world. The Singapore branch office is yet another step in the company’s targeted expansion, providing current and prospective clients with increased international coverage.

ECommPay’s team of regional directors met to celebrate the occasion and took the opportunity to discuss future plans for the company’s continued development, as well as individual predictions for the development of the e-Commerce sphere more generally. The head of each regional office shared the nuances of their local market and facilitated an exchange of ideas amongst colleagues aimed at counteracting foreseeable challenges. The new office in Singapore will act as an important hub for clients seeking to expand their business into new markets, as well as being a central point of contact with companies working within Asia.

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The newly appointed director of ECommPay Singapore, Dennis Kwok had the following to say to mark the opening:

“Our newest office presents the unique opportunity of attracting new clients interested in advancing their business prospects. At present, ECommPay’s Singapore branch office offers a platform to clients wishing to expand into the region.”

About ECommPay

The ECommPay Group has offices in the United Kingdom, Cyprus, Latvia, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, and Singapore, with more than 200 employees globally. ECommPay is an Authorised Payment Institution (API), VISA and MasterCard Principal Member, and is registered under Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) license number 607597. In addition to the bank card processing ECommPay also offers over 100 alternative payment methods.

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