Access Bank, Visa Partner To  Facilitate B2B Cross-border Payments

Access Bank has partnered Visa to enhance efficiency of cross-border business-to-business payments for the bank’s corporate, commercial and Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) customers by adopting the Visa B2B Connect platform to send and receive payments to and from 110 countries worldwide.

Visa B2B Connect is a payment platform that will allow Access Bank’s business customers to send money faster, efficiently, and securely from Nigeria to multiple markets across the globe, facilitating seamless business operations.

The announcement of this partnership signifies Access Bank’s commitment to digital innovation and providing best-in-class services to SMEs and large corporate clients. The collaboration will enhance customer experience and develop commerce across various trading corridors by providing businesses with cross-border payment services that are cost-effective, efficient, reliable, and secure.

Commenting on this, deputy managing director, Access Bank, Victor Etuokwu, said: “Access Bank has the vision to be the bank of first choice, offering innovative financial services, built on trust and driven by a passion for excellence. The partnership with Visa brings innovation to the forefront and provides our clients with the latest technology advancements to meet their changing needs.

“Access Bank’s Visa B2B Connect enrollment will help strengthen businesses in Nigeria by delivering fast, transparent, and secure payment services. The Bank’s participation in the Visa B2B Connect platform contributes to technology modernization and service excellence, enhancing Access Bank’s partnership with businesses in Nigeria.”

Also commenting on the partnership, the head of Visa B2B Connect, CEMEA, Vishal Virmani, said: “With Access Bank’s addition to Visa B2B Connect, we are excited to launch the platform in Nigeria and West Africa to benefit businesses and the cross-border payments ecosystem in the country. The solution supports digital innovation and increases efficiency for financial institutions and their corporate clients.”

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