International Currency Exchange

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ICE - International Currency Exchange
Company typePublic limited company
IndustryFinancial services
Founded1973 (1973)
HeadquartersLondon, W1
United Kingdom
ProductsForeign Exchange
OwnerLenlyn Group
Number of employees
3000+
Websiteiceamerica.com/index2.aspx

International Currency Exchange - often known simply as 'ICE' - was a global foreign currency exchange company, based in London. [1]

Background[edit]

ICE were the first foreign exchange operator to offer a pre-paid currency card[2] and also to offer a voucher system, whereby customers are able to get discounted exchange rates by visiting the company's website before picking up their currency.

As one of the largest retail currency exchange operators in the world, with a combined annual group turnover in excess of US$1.8 billion, ICE operated a global network of over 300 bureaux de change branches, including 65 airports, across four continents.

ICE is a Private Limited Company owned by Lenlyn Group, and is a sister company of Raphaels Bank. The organisation's headquarters are in Piccadilly, London.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Pandemic's impact on overseas travel sparks collapse of currency exchange provider ICE".
  2. ^ "ICE International Travellers Cashcard". ICE plc. Retrieved 8 August 2013.

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