US company GPS Capital Markets providing currency exchange services for businesses has set up a company in Lithuania, according to the Lithuanian Centre of Registers. GPS Capital Markets Europe was registered in Vilnius on September 23 and is led by Ali Reza Manbeian. The new company’s authorised capital stands at €350,000 and GPS Capital Markets is its sole shareholder. Set up in 2002, GPS Capital Markets says it provides currency exchange services and also helps businesses to manage risks.
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