Every foreign exchange and remittance company needs the same thing: Fast, competitively priced and automated global payments infrastructure. Real-time payments and forex execution and payment is no longer a USP, it’s the baseline that customers expect.
At OpenPayd, that’s exactly what we deliver: API-powered payments, banking and FX tools to power digital businesses with global footprints.
Time is everything. Transfer GBP and EUR in real-time via FPS and SEPA Instant. Receive FX quotes in real-time and guaranteed rates at the point of offer.
Free your team from manual operations tasks: automate your AML and compliance processes and combine liquidity with payouts.
Support more customers by extending your global reach. Hold funds in multiple currencies, convert to dozens more and send funds to 100+ countries.
With OpenPayd, you can connect to a full suite of payments and banking infrastructure, delivered through our developer-friendly API. You can incorporate more services as you need them by plugging in multiple OpenPayd-linked providers. With our API integration, clients benefit from a rapid set-up time and best-in-class security.
Global financial service Caxton wanted to automated reconciliation and eliminate human error. Read how OpenPayd completely overhauled their operations through a single API integration that took less than two weeks.
OpenPayd’s simple, developer-first API delivers Banking-as-a-Service with a modular architecture.
Build a banking and payments service that grows and changes as you do.
Hold, receive, and send money in multiple currencies with unlimited virtual accounts.
Convert funds across 100+ currencies through API-enabled FX with spot pricing and instant settlement.
Make and receive payments locally or internationally with access to OpenPayd’s global banking network.
"OpenPayd’s unique API-driven infrastructure will help our teams continue to shape the future of payments, automating time-consuming processes, delivering improved operational efficiency and an even better service for our customers."