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Nigeria: Tranzfar Limited Broadens its Global Financial Solutions Coverage to Over 100 Countries

A payment solutions provider based in Nigeria, Tranzfar Limited has announced the expansion of its freedom account to over 100 countries.

During a press conference in Lagos, the company announced that this achievement represents a major advancement in its goal to offer accessible and secure financial solutions to a global audience.

The Freedom Account serves as a flexible financial platform, empowering both individuals and businesses by granting them the freedom to efficiently manage their finances, conduct cross-border transactions, and access a diverse banking service, all without constraints.

Managing Director of Tranzfar, Ryan Romeo, expressed the company’s commitment to providing accessible financial services worldwide, adding that financial inclusion and customer satisfaction remain its focus.

Co-founder and Chief Financial Officer, Dr. Olusiji Sanya, highlighted that over the past year, Tranzfar has achieved significant milestones with The Freedom Bank Account. These accomplishments include the successful onboarding of thousands of customers and extending its accessibility to more than 100 countries.

He also pointed out that the account now boasts several advanced features, such as a virtual card, multi-currency capabilities, a global payment infrastructure, and integrated enterprise solutions tailored for businesses.

“We are opening a business access point allowing businesses and enterprises to have a Freedom Bank Account that is suitable for companies. For businesses who want to do transactions in different currencies, we also give them FX conversion capabilities,” Olusiji added.

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