FBNBank Ghana partners WorldRemit to offer international money transfer services

Posted by - February 28, 2022

FBNBank Ghana and digital payments company, WorldRemit have announced a partnership that makes it easier for residents of Ghana to process international money transfers. This new service allows the Ghanaian diaspora and other nationals worldwide to send remittances to a network of 21 FBNBank branches and two agencies across Ghana, enabling their families and friends

WorldRemit Unveils Africa-focused Entrepreneurship Programme

Posted by - November 16, 2020

WorldRemit, the global digital money transfer service has unveiled its WorldRemit Entrepreneurs Programme in Nigeria, as well as in Kenya, Ghana, and Zimbabwe as part of the commitment to creating opportunities and facilitating development in Africa. It also unveiled Patrick Nnaemeka Okorie(Patoranking) as the programme’s ambassador. Since the outbreak of Covid-19 across Africa, the continent

WorldRemit, Vodacom Tanzania Launch Service to Enable Money Transfers to M-Pesa Accounts

Posted by - December 17, 2019

WorldRemit, global leader in digital money transfer service has partnered with Vodacom to enable nine million M-Pesa customers to receive money directly to their M-Pesa wallets from friends and family living abroad. The new service increases convenience for money transfer recipients in urban and rural areas of Tanzania as they can receive international money transfers

WorldRemit Launches New Product for Business Payments to Ghana

Posted by - June 12, 2019

Leading digital money transfer company WorldRemit has launched WorldRemit for Business, a new service that enables small and medium-sized business owners to quickly pay their employees and contractors in 140 countries worldwide, including fast-growing emerging markets such as Kenya, Ghana, and South Africa. The platform will first be available to U.K.-registered businesses. WorldRemit’s low fees

Fidelity Bank Partners WorldRemit

Posted by - July 31, 2018

WorldRemit has gone into collaboration with Fidelity Bank Plc to provide instant money transfers to customers of the bank. A statement from the bank explained that the new partnership further expands WorldRemit’s footprint in the country and allows the 15 million-Nigerian Diaspora to send money directly from their phones to recipients in Nigeria. According to