Fast Pace Transfer Limited, an indigenous Ghanaian-owned international remittance company, has been awarded the prestigious ISO 27001.
The fintech company is regulated by the Bank of Ghana and has a PSP enhanced license. The company offers cross-border Person-to-Person (P2P), Person -to-Business (P2B), and Business-to-Business (B2B) money transfers and IT solutions through its sister companies in the UK and Canada, and also through its numerous partners across the globe.
What is ISO 27001 Certification?
ISO/IEC 27001 is an internationally recognized management system for controlling information security and governance risk. Certification is achieved through an external accredited certification body following extensive audits of an organization’s practices, policies, and procedures.
This certification demonstrates that Fast Pace Transfer has invested in its people, processes, and technology to protect data handles. “We underwent an independent expert assessment to ensure that your data is protected”, said Josephine Hutton, Ag. CEO of Fast Pace Transfer.
How does this affect you?
Receiving ISO 27001:2013 certification illustrates that financial advisory firms and large institutions can count on Fast Pace Transfer to utilize a best-practice framework and ongoing governance to protect our client information.
In a statement, she said, “Risk management is a fundamental part of Fast Pace Transfer’s operations. Our comprehensive Information Security Management System defines how information should be managed and outlines security controls for all IT systems and software operations to protect privacy”, the statement concluded.