RFX Connect

RFXConnect is our API. It integrates our 24/7 online payment platform to your system so you can offer our foreign exchange and international transfer services to your own customers, giving your business an extra revenue stream.

How it works

Get in touch

Get in touch
One of our currency specialists will get an idea of your requirements, explain how it works and show how we can help.

Get integrated

Get integrated
Seamlessly integrate our API and start building your own international payment solution.

Get started

Get started
Once our API is integrated, your customers can begin making and receiving transactions.

What do you get?

  • Real-time online reporting
  • Seamless and flexible integration
  • Pre-approved compliance
  • Additional Revenue Stream
What do you get?

What do your customers get?

What is an API?

API stands for application programming interface. It’s a set of programming instructions that allows one application to integrate and work with another.

Our API was created to integrate with challenger banks, MSBs and fintechs that need to make and receive frequent international payments. It consolidates, automates and streamlines the entire international transfer process.

Read our case study on how one client used our API to boost their FX business.

API case study
RationalFX API

The RationalFX platform

International transfers are complicated. But we’ve spent over 15 years building relationships with banks and money services businesses (MSBs) across the world to make sure they don’t have to be. All that experience, all those relationships, are built into our online payments platform. It’s available 24/7 and allows customers to make payments to over 170 countries in more than 50 currencies.

Already connected?

Then let’s get started. Our Developer Centre provides your business with the tools to integrate our API.

Who we’ve worked with

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