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November 26, 2022
Finance Technologies

Former international footballer Rio Ferdinand invests in Sokin

Former England footballer Rio Ferdinand has become a shareholder of UK-based payments fintech Sokin. Sokin CEO, Vroon Modgill, says his team is excited to work with Ferdinand Ferdinand is branching into technology investment alongside his current role as a sports pundit on BT Sports. Sokin, his first target, provides fixed-fee, subscription-based payment services for currency exchange. The fintech is planning to offer customers unlimited international money transfers and payments with no mark-up on transactions from June 2021. It says its peer-to-peer (P2P) mobile app makes the transaction process easy from the onboarding of customers to instant payments. Ferdinand says he…
Former international footballer Rio Ferdinand invests in Sokin

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