How to make your international payments process more cost effective and reliable
Paying international employees often requires opening local bank accounts in each office location, each with their own fees, and using payroll vendors in each country, each with their own processes
Paying international employees often requires opening local bank accounts in each office location, each with their own fees, and using payroll vendors in each country, each with their own processes.
This can add significant costs to an organisation, including bank charges, wire transfer fees and FX rates – not to mention, additional admin time reconciling multiple payments from multiple bank accounts.
Join our upcoming webinar when we’ll discuss the challenges and opportunities in detail, including:
- The clear and hidden challenges of the traditional payroll processing
- Managing payroll payments during a crisis
- Streamlining international payments from one account
- Utilising technology to eliminate fees with automatic reconciliation of payments
Download the presentation from the webinar using the link below:
Meet the presenter
Gary Conroy, Chief Product Officer, Transfermate Global Payments
As Chief Product Officer for TransferMate, Gary Conroy is an industry expert on B2B cross-border payments. Bringing over 20 years’ experience in banking and payments across consumer, business, card, international banking and FX, Gary currently leads the technology roadmap at Transfermate.
At TransferMate, Gary has helped lead the innovation in the technology platform that powers international payments and receivables partnering with ING Bank, Wells Fargo, Coupa and Tradeshift. He is responsible for developing technology solutions to overcome traditional payment rail challenges experienced by customers worldwide who deal with lost payments, reconciliation challenges and high bank charges and wire transfer fees.
As a respected industry speaker, Gary has presented, moderated and debated at Money2020, BPFI International Banking, FinTech Ireland, Internet Expo, Pay Expo, Irish Funds and many others.