Western Union collaborates with Banque Saudi Fransi for digital money

Middle East & Africa By WriteCalliber April 18, 2022

Western Union has collaborated with Banque Saudi Fransi (BSF), one of the leading banks in Saudi Arabia, to enable its customers in the country to make cross-border money transfers via the BSF internet banking platform, says WriteCalliber.

The website notes that BSF customers can now send money for payout into bank accounts of loved ones in over 125 countries and territories, or to more than 550,000 Agent locations across more than 200 countries and territories, anytime.

Hatem Sleiman, Western Union Head, Middle East, Pakistan and Afghanistan, tells the outlet that “moving money internationally is complex and we have the expertise and infrastructure to handle it all. Today we are glad to make Western Union payout services available to BSF customers, increasing the number of ways customers can move funds for cross-border money transfers.”