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Happy Xmas and a big thank you from HiFX

By Friday, 05 December 2014 16:20 0

HiFX, the leading international foreign exchange and money transfer service provider, celebrated Christmas and said a big thank you to their affiliates by throwing a party.

With drinks and nibbles on offer and some accompanying disco tunes, it gave a warm Christmas feeling on a chilly night.

Real estate agents, lawyers, financial advisors, relocation companies as well as the press were all well represented as they relaxed, networked and talked maybe a little shop.

Jose Ivars, Head of HiFX Banking & Partnerships, said that it was their way of celebrating the success the group had seen over the past year at their branch in Marbella. It was also another sign of making their affiliates feel welcomed and appreciated.

That extends to their everyday transactions where customers are more than welcome to discuss their monetary exchange options face-to face with a friendly account manager.

HiFX is part of Euronet Worldwide, the world’s third biggest Payment Provider and as part of their offerings, clients can benefit from a full range of solutions for their international payments.

HiFX welcomes everyone to come and speak to their focused and expert team of account managers, Carlie Reid, Michael Campbell, Paul Radford and Gregor Wegener, at their Marbella office. There they will talk through the best options in terms of changing and transferring currency at some of the best exchange rates in the industry.

Over a decade ago, HiFX’s founding partners realised that by minimising unnecessary banking overheads and investing in technology, they could offer both companies and private individuals significantly better exchange rates and provide an exceptional foreign exchange service with no hidden fees.


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Centro Plaza, Avenida Manolete, Nueva Andalucia / Puerto Banús,

Marbella, Malaga, 29660 

José Ivars & Michael Campbell

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