Western Union and Seven Bank extend tenured relationship

Asia Pacific By Karen Santos Feb 16, 2022

Western Union has extended its long-standing relationship with Seven Bank. The two companies have reinforced their commitment to connect customers to their loved ones in more than 200 countries and territories. 

Western Union and Seven Bank renew well-established relationship

Western Union and Seven Bank have worked together since 2011 to offer convenient money transfer services, any time of day, at more than 26,000 Seven Bank ATMs across Japan and also through Seven Bank’s online banking offering via web. Customers can send money for payout in cash at Western Union Agent locations across more than 200 countries and territories, or into bank accounts in the Philippines and China.

“Seven Bank is an important partner for Western Union. We have successfully collaborated over the last decade and we are very pleased to renew our long-term relationship connecting Japan to the world,” said K. Premmananth, Head of Network, Singapore, Indonesia and North Asia, Western Union. “Together we will continue to innovate and enhance our services, bringing customers the high level of customer service they have come to expect from us.”

Western Union has been operating in Japan since 2011. The Company currently offers multi-channel capabilities across its retail and digital channels, enabling customers in the country to move money the way they prefer.