GlobeOne has announced an addition to its global network of bank members with a Letter of Intent with Eximbank, which will bring GlobeOne’s mobile banking solution to Vietnam later this year.
GlobeOne plans to provide access through a mobile platform to a suite of financial services offered by Eximbank in Vietnam, including domestic and international transfers to individual members throughout GlobeOne’s growing global network.
"This is a critical time for the financial services sector in Vietnam and around the world," said Michael Wolper, GlobeOne member and Chief Marketing Officer. "The opportunity to partner with Eximbank is a major step in connecting Vietnam consumers with the financial services that are critical to helping them achieve their financial goals."
GlobeOne’s innovative platform will soon be available to individual members in Vietnam. The service will offer access to a no-minimum demand deposit account with debit card, a security savings account, a line of credit, and access to the global income-building
SocialBoost program, which gives individual members the opportunity to earn a new income stream while helping those who need it most. Individual members in Vietnam will also benefit from domestic and international transfers to other individual members throughout the growing global network.
GlobeOne expects to launch in the United States, Mexico and Vietnam in the fourth quarter of 2015, and it will expand its integrated global network as new banking partners are secured around the world.
"In recent years, Vietnam has made tremendous strides in building access to financial services that are essential to helping people meet their goals," said Pham Huu Phu, CEO of Eximbank. "We are pleased to have the opportunity to partner with GlobeOne to continue our work to make financial services accessible to people throughout Vietnam."
GlobeOne recently announced a Letter of Intent with MetaBank in the United States, and partnerships with InvestaBank and Bankaool in Mexico to bring its global mobile banking solution to consumers in Mexico.