Flexible Online Payments

Send payments to recipients all over the world 24/7 with our secure and flexible online platform - AFEXDirect. Our simple file upload functionality can also help you process bulk payments in one simple step, giving you more time to focus on your business. Find out more ›

Integrated Payment Solutions

Seamlessly automate your payments by integrating your existing finance and accounting systems with our payment network. Using our API, you and your customers can convert and send funds instantaneously, book trades in advance or distribute payments all over the world.

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FX Hedging Solutions

Our experts work with you to identify and minimise exposure to the fluctuating FX market. From Forward Contracts to our more sophisticated suite of FX Option structures, our tailored risk management strategies are designed to protect your profit and take the pain out of global trade.

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Industry Solutions

With a diverse client base of over 35,000 clients including importers and exporters, SMEs and multinational corporations, we take considerable pride in creating payment and FX solutions to meet your industry's needs, support your operations and facilitate global expansion opportunities.

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Why AFEX?

  • Customized global payments since 1979
  • One of the world's largest non-bank providers of foreign payment solutions
  • Cost effective and tailored hedging strategies to manage currency risk
  • Dedicated Account Executives
  • FINTRAC registered and regulated
  • 24/7 access to our market leading online payment platform - AFEXDirect

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Global market watch

19th October 2017

GBP
Sterling is trading at a one-week low against the euro after data yesterday showed British wage growth was still lagging well behind inflation, raising some doubt over the Bank of England’s interest rate outlook. Although most traders still expect the Bank to raise interest rates on November 2nd, many are betting it will then keep them on hold for some time, pe Read more