Markham, Ontario, Canada December 14, 2015 – MTFX is pleased to announce a partnership with the Belgian Canadian Business Chamber. The new partnership will enable the members of the Belgian Canadian Business Chamber to gain access to currency exchange and international payment processing capabilities at substantially lower costs than those offered by main street banks. The partnership will allow association members access to MTFX’s web base platform, providing a single point of access for currency exchange and fast and efficient international payment services.
This partnership with the Belgian Canadian Business Chamber is an extension of our existing value proposition as a "one-stop-shop" for international payments and currency exchange services. This integrated service approach is unique in the payments industry," said Arif Harji, Chief Market Strategist, MTFX. "We see ourselves as facilitators for our customers and partners with a blend of “high-touch” and “high-tech” solutions."
Launched in 1996, MTFX is one of Canada’s oldest and largest non-bank providers of currency exchange services and international payment solutions. MTFX’s success has been driven by offering transparent and competitive currency exchange rates as well as global payment solutions that are unmatched in the industry. MTFX prides itself on outstanding service levels that are driven by great people and great technology. For additional information, visit www.mtfxgroup.com
The Belgian Canadian Business Chamber is based in Toronto and works to foster contacts and relationships for members who share an interest in developing business and trade opportunities between Canada and Belgium. The aim of the Belgian Canadian Business Chamber is to raise awareness of Belgium in the economic and media capital of Canada.
“The Belgian Canadian Business Chamber is always looking at ways to provide more benefits to our members and we are pleased to be able offer our community significant savings for fast, efficient international payment processing and currency exchange. In today’s economic reality of globalization – whether it be for large multinationals, SMEs or even individuals – these international transactions are taking place every day and will increase once CETA is finalized, particularly for SMEs who are the most likely to benefit from this historic accord. In our efforts to promote bilateral relations between Canada and Belgium, and taking this global economic reality into account, we are pleased to enter into this partnership with MTFX, which we believe will be of great benefit to our members,” stated André van der Heyden, Vice-President & Chief Operating Officer, Belgian Canadian Business Chamber.