More NewsCiti’s Worldlink Payment Services Expands into Eight New Countries

Citi's Worldlink Payment Services Expands into Eight New Countries

Citigroup’s global transaction services (GTS) unit is expanding its cross-border payment solution, WorldLink Payment Services (WorldLink), into eight new countries for local payments. This expansion sees the traditional automated clearing house (ACH) offering increase from 21 countries, primarily in Europe, to 29 countries spanning Europe, Africa, Asia and the Americas. As part of the continuous improvement to WorldLink, file based clients can now benefit from this expanded currency offering for local payments.

Key additions to the WorldLink suite of countries for the ACH offering now include Brazil, Dominican Republic, Israel, Jamaica, Morocco, South Africa, Trinidad and Tobago and Tunisia. WorldLink offers in excess of 130 currencies in funds transfers, ACH, mass pay, remote cheques, on-site cheques and cash to over 180 countries worldwide.

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