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YouBiz unveils multi-currency corporate cards in Singapore

The card can be issued in 9 currencies without FX fees or monthly subscription fee.

Multi-currency payments platform YouBiz has unveiled its new multi-currency corporate cards for Singapore users, offering 9 currencies with 0% foreign exchange fees and no monthly subscription fee.

YouBiz– a product of the Hong Kong and Singapore-based fintech YouTrip– also announced three new partnerships, which it said will help over 3,000 companies accelerate business growth.

“With YouBiz, we help companies go global with ease by providing access to essential resources through our intentional partnerships and making it easier to combat FX uctuations with our new foreign currency-denominated cards and payment infrastructure,” said Kelvin Lam, COO of YouTrip.

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The foreign currency-denominated cards allow business to issue AUD, CHF, EUR, GBP, HKD, JPY, SGD, THB, and USD cards without incurring additional costs, making it the first in the market to offer this suite of corporate payment options, YouTrip said.

All YouBiz cards now also support payments in over 150 currencies regardless of the linked account’s base currency.

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