Posted by Laura Parsons on May 25th, 2016.
As part of its commitment to offering its customers value-added services, TorFX has entered into a five-year partnership with migration specialists Working International.
Working International’s ongoing mission, to provide people moving overseas with all the information they need to support the transition, aligns so well with TorFX’s aims that both sides are confident of this partnership proving rewarding for their customers.
From Working International’s perspective, the goal of the collaboration is to ensure that Working International customers have access to world class, money-saving foreign exchange services, from sending money home on a regular basis to managing the large transactions often associated with migration to a new country.
Head of TorFX Business Development, Colin Lawrence, stated; ‘We’re very proud to offer our money saving international payments service to Working In clients. We focus on providing great exchange rates and excellent customer service. There’s a clear synergy between our aims and Working In’s core ethos and client base.’
Working In are equally excited about taking this relationship forward, with Director Hayley Roberts commenting;
‘We are very happy to be working closely with TorFX. Working In’s mission – through its websites and events – is to realise people’s dreams of living overseas. TorFX offers a great range of products, especially for migrants and international workers. Over the years we have seen that their commitment to offering excellent exchange rates gives our clients extra money at the time they need it the most. This also makes it more likely that they will make the move overseas and live their life to the full.’
Over the next five years this partnership will serve to strengthen the offerings of both parties and ease the immigration process for thousands of people.
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