Yes Bank partnered with BriskPe to enable seamless cross-border payment

Yes Bank partnered with BriskPe to enable seamless cross-border payment

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Category : Business and economics Published on: September 19 2023

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  • Cross-border payments’ fintech company BriskPe and Yes Bank have partnered to introduce BriskPe A2A, a suite of solutions designed to empower exporters and importers.
  • This strategic partnership enables BriskPe’s customers to collect payments in over 36 foreign currencies, spanning over more than 180 countries.
  • The funds can then be converted into Indian Rupees (INR) and settled directly into their local bank accounts in India within a single business day.
  • This collaboration represents a significant leap in the realm of cross-border payments, benefiting Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in the manufacturing and services sectors.
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