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Rev Worldwide and UnionPay International Partner On Prepaid Products

-- UnionPay International Makes Rev Its Registered Non-Bank Third Party Service Provider to Accelerate Prepaid Expansion Plans

AUSTIN, Texas, and SHANGHAI, Jan. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Rev Worldwide, a payment products innovations company and global prepaid processor, and UnionPay International, China UnionPay's subsidiary focused on international development, have announced Rev Worldwide is now a UnionPay International registered non-bank third party service provider focused on prepaid products.

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The relationship seeks to grow prepaid market opportunities around the world, leveraging Rev's proprietary global processing platform, prepaid product set, program management services, mobile and multi-currency platform innovations, along with UnionPay's international issuer network, leading merchant acceptance network in China, and corporate partnerships.

With this announcement, the parties are now moving forward with making available a robust product menu for issuing banks and other partners interested in next-generation prepaid solutions.

"The collaboration with UnionPay is an important step towards our goal of being the global prepaid platform," said John Mitchell, Chief Executive Officer of Rev Worldwide. "Given UnionPay's history of exponential growth and geographic expansion, we have the opportunity to redefine the prepaid landscape by offering their branded options to banks and other partners looking to capture the category's increasing opportunity," he added.

Rev's proprietary processing platform is currently utilized across the world, responsible for various firsts in the global prepaid industry, and has integrated services that have pushed the travel, mobile and general purpose reloadable segments forward. Beyond its global payments processing capabilities, the company provides key program management services and overall strategic support to partners, allowing them a faster time to market with more flexibility, from product design to implementation and growth.

"We are excited to have found a partner with the product, technology, and depth of prepaid experience Rev brings. By partnering with such a nimble, end-to-end, forward thinking company, we continue to execute on our international development strategy, in which prepaid products play a key role," said Shuan Ghaidan, Director of Products, UnionPay International.

UnionPay has become one of the largest payment card brands in the world, with over 3.5 billion bank cards issued, mostly in China, and with card acceptance in over 140 countries and regions and growing. The Chinese payments giant launched an international arm, UnionPay International, aimed at accelerating its overseas expansion. UnionPay International has issued more than 25 million UnionPay branded cards in above 30 countries and regions, and has partnered with more than 60 domestic and foreign banks.

About Rev Worldwide

Dedicated to driving widespread commercial availability of innovative financial services around the world, Rev Worldwide helps partners rapidly and effectively access hard-to-reach markets, enabling consumers to make affordable, safe and convenient financial transactions. Rev's full range of integrated mobile and prepaid debit solutions are issued by banks, powered by its multi-language, multi-currency processing platform. Learn more at www.revworldwide.com.

About UnionPay International

UnionPay International is a subsidiary focusing on international business of UnionPay. Unionpay International defines Membership Scheme to be the basis for development of the worldwide UnionPay Card acceptance network; promotes the international issuance and usage of the UnionPay Card as well as other innovative payment solutions and enhance the international brand position of UnionPay. By cooperation with over 200 associations worldwide, the UnionPay international network has enabled the UnionPay Card acceptance in over 140 countries and regions to date. UnionPay cards have been issued in above 30 countries and regions. UnionPay International provides quality, efficient and secure cross-border payment services to the world's largest cardholders group; and provides convenient and localized service to the increasing overseas UnionPay cardholders.

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