With a focus on international payments and processes, combined with the IAPP-only tools that Global Exchange will be providing, their services are enormously valuable to our membership. We also look forward to sharing the knowledge of Global Exchange with our members.
Orlando, FL (PRWEB) October 2, 2009
International Accounts Payable Professionals (IAPP) announced today that it has entered a partnership with Global Exchange Group, a division of Fulton Bank, to provide currency converter capabilities and other accounts payable services and jointly create training opportunities on currency and exchange topics.
"The partnership with Global Exchange continues IAPP's efforts to partner with 'best-in-class' service providers," said Thomas M. Bohn, executive director and CEO for IAPP and its sister organization, International Accounts Receivable Professionals. "With a focus on international payments and processes, combined with the IAPP-only tools that Global Exchange will be providing, their services are enormously valuable to our membership. We also look forward to sharing the knowledge of Global Exchange with our members."
Anthony Loiacono, Global Exchange's president of sales and marketing, said the new relationship creates a forum in which to introduce Global Exchange services to IAPP members.
"We value our partnership with IAPP because it will give Global Exchange a positive opportunity for growth by introducing IAPP members to our global payment capabilities and enhanced payment solutions. Also, this type of relationship coincides with our philosophy of offering a wide array of services with increased accessibility. IAPP gives us the ability to jointly educate international accounts payable professionals on various topics."
About IAPP and IARP
International Accounts Payable Professionals is internationally recognized as the trustworthy guidance-setting association for the accounts payable profession. Serving members throughout the world, IAPP is the AP professional's global voice, chief advocate, recognized authority, acknowledged leader, and principal educator on all AP operational, regulatory, leadership, tax, control, and fraud-related topics. Together, the IAPP and its sister organization, International Accounts Receivable Professionals, have more than 5,000 members in 70 chapters throughout the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom, and provide training, conferences, knowledge sharing, certification, online resources, AP Matters and AR Matters magazines, and more. For more information, visit http://www.TheIAPP.org and http://www.TheIARP.org.
About Global Exchange Group
Global Exchange Group is a division of Fulton Bank, the flagship bank of Fulton Financial Corporation (Nasdaq: FULT). Founded in 1994, Global Exchange is a leader in international payment solutions. Global Exchange understands that today's global payment process is increasingly cumbersome, costly and time-consuming. As a result, Global Exchange's interchangeable solutions improve the time and cost to transfer funds internationally. Global Exchange possesses the ability to offer any size organization an invaluable alternative to the traditional bank or third-party relationship. For more information about Global Exchange, visit http://www.gexchange.com.