Centtrip supports more than 500 of the biggest global music acts, including Coldplay, Adele and Robbie Williams, and half of the world’s superyacht fleet. Its platform provides internationally mobile teams with real-time control over multi-currency deposits, international payments and foreign exchange. Throughout the pandemic, it has kept customers informed of currency volatility, and has worked with music industry associations to find solutions to overcome travel and event restrictions. Strength in the marine and music sectors has led to success in aviation, film and sports, as sales rose to £5m last year under chief executive Jane Turner, 60. Serial entrepreneurs Brian Jamieson, 54, and Tony North, 50, set up Centtrip in 2013 after selling a previous business they co-founded, Schneider Foreign Exchange, in 2012 for a reported $100m.
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