PingPong, a leading payment-solution provider, was awarded Treasury & Risk’s 2019 Bronze Alexander Hamilton Award in the category of Best Practices in Restricted/Emerging Markets. PingPong shares the award with silver and gold winners, Microsoft and Flywire, respectively.
For more than 20 years, the Treasury & Risk’s Alexander Hamilton award has recognized companies taking big leaps forward in the treasury, finance, and risk management through process innovations and technology implementations. To determine the winners, leaders in the field are enlisted to evaluate nominees against the award criteria. This year’s judges included Jean-Francois Heitz, Craig Jeffery, Marie Hollein, and Prashant Patri.
“This is a great honor and achievement for PingPong to gain the recognition of our peers and industry experts,” shared Karen Li, CEO of PingPong U.S. “We want to thank our customers for supporting us and the incredible team that helped make this happen.”
Founded in New York City in 2015, PingPong has built its business to support e-commerce merchants’ needs for faster and more competitive cross-border funds transfers and management. Today, merchants based in over 10 countries served by PingPong—including China, India, the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia—can access banking services to support their international expansion and transactions. Behind the scenes, PingPong works closely with a global partner bank to bring an array of innovative products and the best-of-breed service to merchants.
To further serve its customers, PingPong has charted a steady course forward to expand its service countries, maintain highly competitive rates, and deliver uncompromising service. Li shared, “2020 will be a momentous year for PingPong and our merchants. Winning an Alexander Hamilton Award is just the start.”
Founded in 2015, PingPong is an award-winning fintech company whose mission is to empower e-commerce merchants to sell anywhere in the world with a simple and streamlined experience.
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