Setup international accounts on four continents, 35+ currencies and access them all 24/7 from the Axiom platform Our fast on-boarding processes allow you to open accounts in your business name to pay and collect like a local within hours Collaborating with our international network to respond with speed and agility to match your growth
"Axiom’s innovation has opened payment corridors for our global customers to make it simpler and easier to access the UK with your business banking, FX and corporate treasury services."
Department of International Trade
"We’re extremely happy with Axiom IFS, it is the best treasury relationship we have ever had."
"Without Axiom, Ampaire wouldn’t be where it is today. They took the time to understand our requirements, especially when operating in multiple currencies and working with government. They helped set up the right accounts for us and I would highly recommend them to other international start-ups."
Susan X. Ying,
SVP, Global Operations
"Axiom has been a tremendous help in facilitating infrastructure for our international subsidiaries. Always fast, efficient and very professional."
"The personal touch, ease of transaction, desire to help and speed of service far exceeds a traditional high street bank. Axiom and service providers like them are the future of banking."
Dr Jason Neale
Managing Partner, OKR Financial
"Banking with Axiom has been a refreshing and positive experience for our firm. With banking becoming increasingly challenging we were impressed with the product offering, service levels and jurisdictional presence. The Axiom team know our staff on a first name basis and are always on hand to provide an excellent alternative to the standard banking and treasury providers."
Global Head of Sales, The Bulldog Group
"We have the utmost confidence in Axiom and their product range to support our FX trades and treasury needs. Axiom was able to provide a global financial solution to support a purchase of a high value asset and ongoing trade at speed, where other more traditional providers seemed to provide more hurdles than solutions. "