About Us

Who Are We?

Founded in 2010, Wirease (previously known as Express Money Transfers Limited) has grown from being an over-the-counter money exchange operation to trading wholesale currencies to now having established retail operations in multiple locations and providing its own IMTS platform to partners and agents worldwide.
One of the few companies in its size to have a SWIFT code and full-fledged payments solution through a number of banking relationships, Wirease is one of the largest wholesale banknote traders in Hong Kong and is well on its way to become a global provider of banknotes, currency exchange, international payments and instant money transfer services.
We’re currently licensed in Hong Kong and Australia and our services reach 100+ countries around the world.
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Our Vision

To be a leader in the global wholesale banknotes business, currency exchange and payments space and a brand synonymous with trust, the highest standards of service quality, and the best practices in the international payments space.

Our Mission

To create efficiency and reliability in the business of wholesale banknotes, currency exchange, international payments and instant money transfer business by providing highly competitive rates and quick settlements.

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Our Offices

Hong Kong - Head Office

Wirease Ltd., Room 226-227, 2/F, Hankow Centre, 5-15 Hankow Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong

  • Email: support@wirease.com
  • Call: +852-23664470
  • Fax: +852-23112744
Australia - Branch

Wirease Pty Ltd., Suite 7 Level 23, Collins Square Tower Five 727 Collins Street Melbourne VIC 3008

  • Email: info.aus@wirease.com
  • Call: +61-0395442010, +61-0418556407

We’d Love To Hear From You

We’re here to help. Our support team consists of sales and operations professionals,
we’d be happy to answer any queries you may have.

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We are open from 09:30hrs to 17:30hrs Hong Kong Standard Time Monday to Friday, except public holidays