Fintech Firm Cheqly Launches Digital Banking Services By Leveraging Mbanq’s BaaS Platform

Mbanq, the US-based Fintech innovator and global Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) provider, has announced that Cheqly, a Fintech that makes banking simple for startups, has launched utilizing Mbanq’s BaaS platform.

With this partnership, Cheqly provides its customers “with an improved banking experience that is specifically focused on the needs of SMEs and startups.”

Cheqly explains that it “provides easy-to-use and more accessible bank accounts and cards for entrepreneurs and business owners across the United States.”

Cheqly was inspired by “the deficiency in the market for providing accounts and financial services to small to medium-sized businesses at the grassroots level.”

As a result of collaborating with Mbanq, Cheqly has “successfully developed and launched a highly focused solution.”

Tomar Milar, CEO of Cheqly, said:

“At Cheqly, our end goal is to provide the best possible banking experience for the startup community. We are supported by Eqvista – a captable and valuation platform which has $36 billion in assets under administration. The quality of Mbanq’s Banking-as-a-Service platform, together with a user-centric approach, means Cheqly can provide tailored and bespoke products at a low cost for businesses and SMEs. On top of this, we have already built a wonderful level of personal connection with our clients, which will help newcomers overcome trust issues.”

Vlad Lounegov, CEO of Mbanq, said:

“SMEs offer vast potential as a customer segment. Cheqly’s innovative service model, enabled by Mbanq’s technology and as-a-service portfolio, allows Cheqly to reduce cost-to-serve and deliver tailored customer services to businesses. Cheqly’s goal is to build a more comprehensive digital banking experience for clients and Mbanq’s BaaS technology and services team are there to help every step of the way.”

Mbanq’s BaaS platform is “a digital and fully regulatory compliant solution that enables traditional banks, challenger banks, and fintech companies to roll out their business scenario in a compliant and fast way.”

The platform supports “the full scope of financial services and offers a unified database with quick time-to-market.”

Its modular architecture allows “for full API connectivity, making it a flexible and efficient solution for businesses looking to enhance their financial services.”

Cheqly’s platform is “already live, but development will not stop there. Its vision is to give entrepreneurs time to focus on their business by providing a digital ‘beyond-banking’ platform that will handle payments, provide business analytics using AI, and plug in additional customer services.”

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