ESPs containing Azimo
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Cross-border payments & money transfer tech companies help businesses send funds to other businesses, often internationally.These companies make money transfer cheaper and faster by building various tech solutions: cross-border payments infrastructure that doesn’t run on traditional bank networks; platforms that allow clients to access legacy bank rails more easily; and crypto-based payment soluti…
When was Azimo founded?
Azimo was founded in 2012.
Where is Azimo's headquarters?
Azimo's headquarters is located at 107 Cheapside, London.
What is Azimo's latest funding round?
Azimo's latest funding round is Acquired.
How much did Azimo raise?
Azimo raised a total of $88.55M.
Who are the investors of Azimo?
Investors of Azimo include Papaya Global, European Investment Bank, Headline, Greycroft, MCI Capital and 14 more.
Who are Azimo's competitors?
Competitors of Azimo include Payrailz, PayCargo, MFS Africa, Voyager Innovations, NIUM, TransferGo, Vitesse, Ripple, BeeTech, MoMo and 17 more.
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