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Payments Fintech Gr4vy Simplifies Global Expansion for Merchants with Key Payment Partnerships

Gr4vy, a Cloud-native payments company, recently announced new partnerships with Boku and EBANX to quickly give merchants access to local payment methods “in new geographies.” These partnerships will fuel international growth and revenue “while reducing risk, resource burden and the overall total cost of ownership.”… Read More

Citi and EBANX to Expand Digital Commerce Payments Offering for Bank’s Institutional Clients

Citi’s Treasury and Trade Solutions (TTS) have announced that they are entering into an agreement with international payment processor EBANX in order to offer an end-to-end digital collection solution (eCommerce) “for Citi’s institutional clients in Latin America.” Citi’s clients will be able “to accept more… Read More

Fintech EBANX Partners with VTEX to Support Cross-border Payments in Latin America

EBANX, a payments Fintech with an international presence, and VTEX, a digital commerce platform for large firms and retailers, has announced a partnership aimed at “broadening cross-border payments for Brazilian e-commerce companies in Latin America.” Via this collaboration, Brazilian firms will be able to enjoy… Read More

LatAm Fintech EBANX Announces Expansion of Teams led by President Paula Bellizia

EBANX, a payments Fintech with an international presence, has introduced a brand new positioning and design. Created in “celebration” of its 10-year anniversary in February, the latest branding “marks the expansion of the company’s global teams located in regions such as Asia, Europe, and the… Read More

Latin American Fintech EBANX has Processed Nearly 1B Transactions Across 15 Nations

EBANX, the payments platform in Latin America, is celebrating 10 years since its founding as it closes in on a key milestone of 1 billion transactions processed across 15 different countries. The Brazilian Fintech firm, co-founded by Alphonse Voigt, João Del Valle and Wagner Ruiz… Read More

LatAm Fintech EBANX Announces Appointment of Paula Bellizia as Global Payments President

EBANX, a payments Fintech with an international presence, announced the appointment of Paula Bellizia as the Brazilian unicorn’s partner and president of Global Payments. She will be responsible for leading the Fintech company’s international teams of Sales, Marketing, Operations and Expansion, presently located across the… Read More

LatAm Fintech EBANX to Expand Business Operations and Portfolio in Mexican Markets

EBANX, a Latin American payments Fintech, is reportedly expanding its presence and portfolio in Mexico with the introduction of solutions focused on local online merchants. In addition to providing services to assist national firms and international platforms to expand their sales in the LatAm region,… Read More

EBANX, a Payments Platform in LatAm, Acquires Remessa Online, a Brazilian Remittance Payments Fintech

EBANX, the payments platform in Latin America, announced on December 15, 2021 that it has acquired Remessa Online, a Brazilian Fintech firm that specializes in international remittance services, “in a deal valued at $229 million.” With the addition of Remessa Online’s expertise and tech, EBANX… Read More

EBANX Acquires B2B Fintech Juno, a Brazilian Payments Firm Streamlining Digital Commerce

EBANX, a Fintech firm for payment solutions in Latin America, confirms that it has finalized the acquisition of Juno, a Brazilian payments firm that enables e-commerce via billing and banking services in the South American country. Juno, one of the key players in the domestic… Read More

Cybersource, a Visa Solution, and Fintech Ebanx to Handle Payments in Brazil

Cybersource, a Visa solution, and Ebanx, an international payments Fintech that is focused on  Latin American (LatAm) markets, have entered into a partnership for handling payments in Brazil. Cybersource’s customers across the globe will have access to EBANX‘s payment services for  Brazil, and provide their… Read More

Brazilian Fintech EBANX, a Cross-Border Commerce Platform, Secures $400M from Advent International, Another $30M in Commitments

Brazil-based EBANX, a cross-border commerce platform, recently acquired $400 million in capital from Advent International and another $30 million commitment. The company is now planning an initial public offering (IPO) in the US. Advent has reportedly made strategic investments in Vantiv, Worldpay, Nets, Nexi, Planet,… Read More

Brazil based Fintech Ebanx Appoints Company Co-Founder João Del Valle as New CEO

João Del Valle, Co-founder at Ebanx, is the new Chief Executive of the firm. After working as COO for several years, preceded by nearly seven years as company CTO, Del Valle has now taken over the executive leadership of the Fintech firm, which was being… Read More

Building the E-commerce Infrastructure for Small Businesses to Thrive in Latin America

The World Bank estimates there are up to 445 million micro, small- and medium-sized enterprises in the developing world. In Latin America, nearly 90% of all businesses fall into this category. However, many of these businesses operate informally due to a lack of market information… Read More

Brazilian Fintech EBANX Announces New Digital Account & Prepaid Card

Brazilian fintech EBANX announced earlier this week the launch of its new digital account, EBANX GO, and prepaid card in a partnership with Visa that offers 5% cashback in purchases made in a list of 18 specific merchants, which includes Spotify, AliExpress, Gearbest, UseGiraffe, PatPat,… Read More

EBANX Teams Up With AliExpress to Launch Experience Store in Brazil

Brazilian fintech EBANX announced on Friday it has formed a partnership with AliExpress, a global retail online marketplace of Alibaba Group, to launch a physical store in Curitiba, Brazil.  According to EBANX, the store consists of a 32 meters panel, installed in one of the… Read More

Brazilian Fintech EBANX Secures $30 Million Investment From FTV Capital

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Brazilian fintech EBANX announced on Wednesday it has secured a $30 million investment from FTV Capital. The company states it is focused on helping global merchants grow exponentially and increase revenue in Latin America by offering end-to-end local payments solutions, which allows businesses to sell to… Read More

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