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Your online library to business banking. Receive detailed information about payment networks like SEPA or SWIFT, learn about IBAN format, and find out why digital banks might suit you better than traditional banks.

SWIFT, SEPA, BACS, CHAPS and Faster Payments: what’s the difference?

In this article, we take a closer look at the payment methods used for GBP, EUR and international multicurrency transactions.

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What is an EFT payment (Electronic Funds Transfer)?

Everything you need to know about EFT – examples, key features, benefits and more – in a simple short guide.

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What is SEPA?

Simple answers to important questions: what is SEPA, why it was created, who uses this payment method and more.

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What is a SWIFT payment and how does it work?

SWIFT transfers, explained. Everything from how they work and who uses them to SWIFT charges and other valuable information.

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How long does a bank transfer take?

In this blog we tackle how long it takes for different bank transfers to reach their recipients – and several related questions you might find useful.

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How to calculate exchange rate?

A comprehensive guide to everything FX: exchange rate types, formula, examples and more.

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Interbank exchange rate: what it is and how does it work?

Learn the basics about the interbank rates, how they affect the FX offer that you get and why everyone is so obsessed with them.

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How to pay international employees?

An educational piece of content for entrepreneurs wishing to hire workforce globally: legal aspects, payment options & useful tips.

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What are neobanks and what's different about them?

Neobanks 101: all you need to know about the new market players and how their business model and functionality compares against ye olde brick-and-mortars.

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Top 7 benefits of virtual cards for business

Virtual cards vs plastic – compare their benefits, limitations and discover what's better for your business.

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