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Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce is joining forces with RationalFX, whose services can potentially save businesses thousands of pounds on international currency transfers.
RationalFX is a specialist currency provider for international money exchange around the world and has been responsible for over $10billion transferred with 100,000 clients.
Furthermore, the company has helped thousands of clients save as much as 10 per cent on money transfers compared to banks or money-sending bureaux.
Rational FX was co-founded in 2005 by Paresh Davdra and Rajesh Agrawal, who in June was appointed deputy mayor of London by newly-elected mayor Sadiq Khan.
Mr Agrawal had previously been a business adviser to Mr Khan during the London Mayoral Election campaign.
The new partnership between the Chamber and Rational FX will allow members to utilise the services of dedicated foreign exchange strategist Jaspaul Bains (pictured), who will be available to help with all foreign currency requirements.
Mr Bains said: “As a locally based individual, I am delighted that we are partnering with Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce.
“The partnership ultimately enables us to add real value to businesses operating within the region.”
Russell Jeans, director of membership and business services at the Chamber, said: “We are delighted to be in partnership with RationalFX.
“This is part of an increasing number of new services from the Chamber to reinforce our international trade offering.”