On Wednesday, global payments platform Inpay announced it has acquired postal payment network Eurogiro. The company reported that it will continue to bring innovation and growth opportunities to Eurogiro members. While sharing details about the acquisition, Michel Stuijt, CEO of Eurogiro, stated:
“Inpay has a great track record in offering cross-border payment services and solutions to financial institutions. I am very excited to bring these benefits to all our members and place them in pole position for the future developments in the financial industry.”
Jacob Tackmann Thomsen, CEO and Founder of Inpay, also added:
“Eurogiro is a very strong strategic fit with our business in which we successfully serve financial institutions. Inpay is extremely committed to ensuring the continuity and growth of Eurogiro and to bringing innovative products and services to its members.”
Founded in 2008, Inpay describes itself as a regulated and licensed Danish FinTech company with 50 employees, specializing in the provision of white label cross-border payment services. The company delivers real-time cross-border payments in more than 60 countries as well as a suite of white-label solutions to financial institutions and large corporates.