Business Beyond Borders

Celebrating growing fintechs and the entrepreneurs who build them. We offer a global perspective and an optimism built on commercial excellence. Discover the future of finance.

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Trust is the key commodity in fintech: do your customers trust you, and how can you trust them? With complex intermediary relationships and cross-border transactions, it’s never been more important to build a trusted brand.

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Uber crashed, Dropbox flew. So in an unpredictable world, what separates a great IPO from a disaster? Here’s our Top Five considerations for private companies eyeing the public markets.

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Bitcoin is back on an upward trajectory – and the speculators are piling in! So it’s time to see what’s changed since 2017: has BTC grown up, or is immaturity still the hallmark of crypto?

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New technologies are driving disruption everywhere – and financial services is no exception. They are giving rise to new operating models, redefining the nature of work in the sector and - as consumers or business owners - changing our relationship with IT. Here are 10 key trends influencing fintech today.

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Brexit isn’t all bad news. The effect on the UK economy is a tale of great economics yet also worrying uncertainty. Political uncertainty and a global economic slowdown are not just a UK phenomenon - here’s what fintech leaders need to know.

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Freemarket gives you access to the wholesale bank exchange rate for currency exchange, global transaction banking optimised for your business and support from experts focussed on your business’s success.  

Freemarket

Freemarket works with businesses to accelerate their growth, by giving them access to cross-border payments and currency exchange optimised for their needs. Our Managed Banking Platform gives innovative brands access to a global banking network as well as speed and cost benefits previously reserved for only the biggest businesses.