Supporting retailers to manage currency riskContact Xe
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Supporting retailers to manage their exposure to currency risk and improve customer service.
If you are a retailer buying goods from overseas, sharp movements in exchange rates could impact your profit margins and supply chain.
Look to take a proactive approach to currency exposure, potentially proving a better customer experience:
Protect costs for imports and exports
Improved retention of customer base through consistent pricing
Save time through improved visibility on forecasting
XE has a wide range of tools that retailers use to insure their business against the possibility of adverse rate movements.
Get access to competitive exchange rates when making business-critical transactions around the world.
Enables businesses to process, execute and deliver multiple payments on a global scale from a single gateway or integrated into your own systems via our Mass Payments API
Are you aware of the full range of foreign exchange solutions available to your business? A Business Account with Xe Money Transfer gives you access to a variety of tools to help you insure your business against the possibility of adverse currency rate movements
We take the greatest care in ensuring the safety of Xe Money Transfer.
We closely monitor the markets, to tailor our services to your business; we can provide an unparalleled level of service. With our support, our clients can make targeted and educated trading decisions.
Your company money is safe with XE. Our NASDAQ listed parent, Euronet Worldwide Inc. has a multi-billion dollar market capitalisation and an investment-grade credit rating from Standard & Poors.
Stay one step ahead of the competition with the latest tools and market insights so you can make informed decisions.
Xe Money Transfer, is a service provided by HiFX Australia Pty Ltd. HiFX Australia Pty Ltd is a company registered in Australia (ACN 105 106 045) and holds an Australian Financial Services Licence (AFSL No. 240917) and is regulated by Australian Securities and Investments Commission.