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Queen Bee Capital pairs up with Nium for Japanese payments

30 global currencies will be supported through this partnership

Global payments and card issuance company Nium has partnered with Japanese payments company Queen Bee Capital (QBC) to enhance international transfer offerings for both individuals and corporate customers across Japan, according to media reports. This partnership will also facilitate real-time, cost-effective and transparent cross border payment solutions from Japan with 30 currencies to over 200 countries and regions, including the United States, Australia, Singapore, Bangladesh, the UK, Europe and Latin America.

Nium’s Chief Revenue Officer, Frederick Crosby told the media, “We are delighted to announce our partnership with Queen Bee Capital, one of Nium’s first partners in Japan. Our platform will enable QBC to provide its customers with seamless real-time payment services to more countries and regions around the world.”

Queen Bee Capital’s President, Shenbo Huang agreed to that sentiment, saying that the Nium platform provided an opportunity for Queen Bee Capital to offer its customers improved payment services and it could be settled instantly and that could be pulled off without any trouble. He also mentioned that Nium’s platform will enable QBC to provide its customers with seamless real-time payment services to more countries and regions around the world.

Nium’s pay-out capabilities will enable Queen Bee Capital to facilitate seamless business-to-business (B2B) transactions, business-to-people (B2P) transactions, person to person (P2P) transactions, people to business (P2B) transactions. It will also Queen Bee Capital have access to multiple real-time payments corridor and instant, speedy settlements.

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