Fexserv Financial Services Ltd, have launched a new website as part of their strategy aimed towards enhancing and upgrading a number of areas to better meet and serve their clients. The new Fexserv website encompasses various facets of contemporary website design and is coded utilising one of the latest content management systems which is widely used worldwide. The site provides daily exchange rates and the possibility for anyone to order Travel Money besides links to popular social media platforms as well as information on current vacancies. The site is hosted on a premium server at a state-of-the-art data centre within Europe to provide an uptime of over 99.9%.
The new website is the latest in a series of enhancements introduced by the company in recent months including the setting up of a Call Centre facility; the strengthening of both their Compliance and Security Department and their Foreign Exchange and Treasury Department; and the addition of new staff members including the upgrading and enlargement of the company’s head office in San Gwann to meet the future growth of the company in new areas of the financial services industry.
Fexserv was initially set up in July 1995 as Fexco Malta offering competitive foreign exchange rates on the purchase of foreign currency notes, cheques and travellers cheques and eventually bank to bank payments through SWIFT. Today, through their Master Agent agreement with Western Union Money Transfer, the company offers money remittance services from all Maltapost post office branches besides from its own branch network. In 2004 the company introduced the One4all Gift Voucher which is sold from various locations around Malta and Gozo, including Maltapost branches, and which is accepted in hundreds of shops in different sectors. Over the years Fexserv introduced and upgraded a travel money product where besides offering a buy back guarantee, competitive rates and no charges, it now also offers over 110 'exotic currencies' from their Head Office in San Gwann and their branch network in St. Julians, Valletta, Gzira and Gozo.