Digital Savings Platform Fundler Taps Crosskey for Capital Markets Solution

The digital saving-service Fundler has reportedly signed an agreement regarding use of Crosskey’s SaaS-based Capital Market service, “replacing incumbent solutions from several suppliers.”

Eva Thelin, Business Area Manager at Crosskey Capital Market, said:

“We are excited over being chosen as the future platform for Fundler’s sophisticated digital service for fund savings. By leveraging Crosskey’s SaaS-based technology, Fundler will also be able to consolidate operations onto one single platform, which facilitates speedier business development and improved cost control.”

Fundler was reportedly founded “with the vision to help people in making better financial decisions, trough simplicity, low fees, and good returns on investments.”

The result is “a fully digital fund saving service available on web, iOS and Android.”

Fundler’s sophisticated services “attracts many customers, not least because Fundler’s fund portfolios generate one of the market’s highest returns.”

Fundler assists their customers “in private savings, occupational pension, and savings for businessowners.”

Anna-Lena Wretman, CEO, Fundler, said:

“With the Crosskey agreement, Fundler will have the means to take the next step in creating an extraordinary customer experience.”

Crosskey reportedly “combines big-league IT capabilities with flexibility, engagement and a personal touch.”

They are focused on making it easier “to create new revenue from financial services, getting you to market faster with the right offering.”

As mentioned in the announcement, their solutions “are open for your maximal flexibility.”

Their expertise “covers everything from traditional banking to eBanking, card & mobile payments, capital markets and Open Banking.”

A subsidiary of Ålandsbanken, they “have offices in Mariehamn, Stockholm, Helsinki, and Turku.”

As reported last year, POP Bank signed “a cooperation agreement with Crosskey on the renewal of its core banking system.”

POP Bank anticipates “that it will introduce the new core banking system during 2025.” The cooperation agreement “has no immediate effect on the daily banking services offered by the Bank.”

The POP Bank Group is reportedly  “a Finnish financial group that has 21 POP Banks, a digitally operating non-life insurance services P&C Insurance Ltd, the central credit institution Bonum Bank Plc, and the central institution POP Bank Centre coop.”

Jaakko Pulli, Acting CEO at POP Bank Centre coop, stated last year:

“The POP Bank Group’s vision is to be a bank that combines personal and digital services, has the highest level of customer satisfaction and a quick decision-making process. The renewal of our core banking system is one of our key strategic projects. We want to offer our customers intuitive and secure banking in line with our vision, while also enabling agile and channel-independent product and service development”

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