Railsbank, the leading global Banking-as-a-Service platform, has announced a collaboration with RationalFX, a leading UK payments and foreign exchange provider, as the latter strengthens its product offering in Europe.
Why choose RationalFX
Based in the heart of London’s financial district Canary Wharf, RationalFX has traded over $10billion in currencies across the globe. Take advantage of our competitive exchange rates, market expertise, suite of FX products and online payment platform when you make bank to bank transfers in over 50 currencies worldwide.
Who we work with
Corporate Payment Solutions for Businesses
Protect your profits with a uniquely-crafted foreign exchange strategy aligned to your business’s requirements. Make a Spot Payment, book a Forward Contract, set a Stop Loss or leverage a Currency Exchange Risk Strategy.
Foreign Exchange Services for Individuals and Private Clients
Whether you’re buying or selling a property abroad, emigrating or are paying overseas bills, we offer highly competitive exchange rates, tailored FX products and a personalised service to help your money go further.
Smart Partnership Opportunities with RationalFX
We offer a range of smart and innovative partnership opportunities. By working together, we can provide you with the global payment solutions you need to grow your business and add an additional revenue stream.
What we offer
We pride ourselves on providing the highest standards of service to all our clients. Whatever your reason may be for making international payments, we’re here to make sure your experience is tailored to meet your every need.
Whether you are a business that imports or exports goods or a personal customer looking to purchase a property abroad, our currency specialists will give you the guidance you need to effectively manage your international payments, saving you time and money.
All of our clients have access to our online payments platform that provides cost-effective and secure payments around the clock.
Market News and Analysis
GBP Sterling retracted from recent high against the euro and dollar on Thursday as market sentiment shifted from risk-on to risk-off. The adjustment follows a good spell for sterling, which has been the week’s strongest performing currency. Market relief over the Scottish election, further easing of lockdown restrictions and the Bank of England raising its […]
USD Highly anticipated US inflation data was released yesterday. This was of great interest to investors who had grown increasingly nervous about growing inflationary pressures at home and abroad. It wasn’t good news. Data showed the inflation rate jumped to a 13-year high. And it was a similar story for core inflation, which rose by 0.9%, the highest […]
GBP Sterling’s recent gains against the dollar continued yesterday, ending a third consecutive day at multi-week highs. The rally was mainly down to persistent dollar weakness and a vague sense of political calm. Encouraging news regarding the pandemic is also having an impact. Covid cases are dropping rapidly and lockdown restrictions are easing further this Monday, both boosting the pound. This […]
GBP The pound hit a two month high against the dollar yesterday, up 1.1%, as upbeat economic forecasts and an easing lockdown mixed with dollar weakness to bolster the pound. The dollar has struggled over the last few days following Friday’s disappointing job numbers. This is in contrast to the pound where further re-opening of the UK services sector is expected to […]
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