Payment Processor ECommPay Expands into Asia

A new office in Singapore marks the company's entry into Asia, providing increased international coverage.

ECommPay, the payment processing and risk management company, continues to expand, with an announcement today that the company has officially opened a new office in Singapore’s Marina Bay Financial Centre.ECommPay

ECommPay is a payment services provider for the financial industry, helping facilitate secure online payment services for a diverse clientele worldwide, including from the forex and binary options space.

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With offices already in Russia, Ukraine, Latvia, Belarus, Cyprus and the United Kingdom, the new office in Singapore marks the FCA regulated firm’s entry into Asia.

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Regional heads from the company’s other offices converged at the opening ceremony to discuss regional idiosyncrasies, e-commerce market developments and opportunities for further expansion.

ECommPay’s Singapore branch office offers a platform to clients wishing to expand into the region.

Commenting on the opening, the newly appointed director of ECommPay Singapore, Dennis Kwok, said: “Our newest office presents the unique opportunity of attracting new clients interested in advancing their business prospects. At present, ECommPay’s Singapore branch office offers a platform to clients wishing to expand into the region.”

Indeed, the Singapore branch office is yet another step in the company’s targeted expansion, providing current and prospective clients with increased international coverage. Earlier in the year, the payment processor gained MasterCard and VISA principal member status, announcing in August that it will enable bitcoin, litecoin and dogecoin payments thanks to a partnership with GoCoin.

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