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European Open Banking Fintech Tink to Embed ecolytiq’s Solution to Scale Sustainability Services Across Europe

Tink, Europe’s open banking platform, and ecolytiq, a climate engagement solution, are collaborating to incorporate financial and sustainability-focused coaching into a seamless experience. By combining the power of money management tools with climate education tools,  Tink will make it possible “for new and existing customers… Read More

Standard Life, Moneyhub to Integrate Open Finance Functionality Across App, Dashboard

Standard Life, part of Phoenix Group, has partnered with Moneyhub, the open finance data and payments fintech, “to enhance its digital app and dashboard, rolling out its own open finance powered tool, Money Mindset, to its existing 1.5 million workplace pension scheme members.” The addition… Read More

Digital Bank Revolut Surpasses 30 Million Retail Customers Worldwide

Revolut, the global financial super app, has reportedly surpassed 30 million retail customers worldwide, and is now “processing over 400 million transactions a month.” While these figures are significant, Revolut has been unable to secure a banking license in the UK (where its headquarters are… Read More

FintechOS Supports Fintech Enablement with 70% YOY Revenue Growth

FintechOS, the fintech enablement platform, announced a series of accomplishments from 2022 to the present, illustrating its momentum and leadership in the new industry category of fintech enablement. The accomplishments illustrating the momentum of FintechOS, and the interest of financial institutions in “modernizing and innovating… Read More

Fintech Firm Mesh Payments Expands Across Europe, UK, Asia to Support Enterprises with Unified Spend Management

Mesh Payments announced the expansion of its unified spend management platform to support global multinational businesses operating in Europe, UK, and Asia in local currencies. Mesh now enables companies “to operate globally across international entities, issue local cards and settle in local currencies all from… Read More

Fintech NomuPay Raises $53.6M to Provide Enterprises with An ‘All Access Pass’ for Payments

NomuPay, a modern end-to-end payment platform purpose built for expansion into regions of high cross-border and ecommerce growth, has raised $53.6m. The investment round was “led by Finch Capital, and includes participation from Outpost Ventures, a Neuberger Berman fund, with participation from individuals.” Peter Burridge,… Read More

Bud Financial Joins Google Cloud Marketplace to Reach Broader Base of Clients

Bud Financial Limited is now available in the Google Cloud partner directory. Bud’s presence allows companies to work with the data-intelligence fintech as “part of their annual spend, unlocking the benefits of a single commitment to Google Cloud.” It also enables current and future clients “to… Read More

Fintech Firm Onbe Adds PayPal, Venmo to Enable Faster Disbursements to Recipients

Onbe, a business to consumer disbursements financial technology company, announces the addition of PayPal and Venmo functionalities to its product offerings. With PayPal and Venmo, Onbe’s clients now “have more options to provide fast, seamless and secure digital choices to their recipients within Onbe’s existing product… Read More

Thailand: Next Capital Partners with Fintech Mambu to Launch Suite of Lending Products

Next Capital has partnered with Mambu to launch a new suite of lending products in just four months. Leading Thai technology-driven auto leasing company Next Capital Public Company (Next Capital) has partnered with Mambu, “launching a new suite of lending products on Mambu’s SaaS cloud-native… Read More

Fintech Firm SpotOn Unveils Restaurant Point-of-Sale Hardware, Built for Efficiency, Reliability

SpotOn, the software and payments partner for restaurants, unveiled the new SpotOn Restaurant, which combines the restaurant point-of-sale software with a suite of proprietary, patent-pending hardware designed by SpotOn to flex to the unique needs of each restaurant. The new SpotOn Restaurant was “built for… Read More

LendInvest Co-founder Christian Faes Introduces New US-based Initiative

LendInvest co-founder Christian Faes says he’s pleased to be launching Faes & Co. Based out of the US, a new firm that will focus on “building and investing in technology-enabled direct lending businesses, alongside their own private credit fund.” Faes says he’s learned “a lot… Read More

UniCredit, Mastercard Expand Payments Partnership

UniCredit and Mastercard (NYSE: MA) announced a global expansion of their payment partnership. The agreement “sets the stage for the start of a strong partnership consistent with the UniCredit Unlocked strategy.” This is the first time any large commercial bank “has put in place a… Read More

Fintech Firm Instant Cash Obtains RPSCS License from UAE Central Bank

Instant Cash, a company within the FINTX portfolio, the fintech arm of Emirates Post Group, has received the Retail Payment Services and Card Scheme Regulation (RPSCS) Category 2 License from the Central Bank of the UAE (CBUAE). This reportedly makes it “the first Money Transfer… Read More

Fintech Paysend, Ontop to Provide Instant, Cost-Effective Salary Payments

Paysend, the global card-to-card transfers pioneer and global payments platform, is announcing today a new partnership with global payroll platform Ontop, “enabling employers to make faster and more cost-effective salary payments to workers and contractors.” Paysend will power Ontop’s new payout-to-cards capability “for employee and… Read More

Fintech Firm NYMBUS Raises $70M Series D

NYMBUS, a provider of Fintech solutions, is proud to announce the completion of its Series D funding round of $70 million, made up of new and repeat investors. This investment round was “led by global software investor Insight Partners and bolstered by additional investments from… Read More

Fintech MoMo Offers Flexible Payment Options for Apple Store Online Purchases in Vietnam

MoMo, which claims to be one of Vietnam’s leading fintech companies, recently announced that it now offers customers of Vietnam’s Apple Store Online flexible payment options, “with the launch of monthly Instalments for Apple Store Online.” With this new feature, Vietnamese customers will “have the… Read More

Fintech Firm SumUp, JCB to Boost Card Acceptance for European Merchants

JCB International Co., Ltd., the international operations subsidiary of JCB Co., Ltd.,  announced its partnership with global financial technology company SumUp, “to enable acceptance of JCB Cards across SumUp’s European merchant network.” With the return of international travel, the collaboration will “provide new opportunities of… Read More

CaixaBank Launches Fintech App Allowing Mobile Phones to be Used as Point of Sale Devices

CaixaBank launches Smartphone TPV, a solution designed for businesses, professionals and the self-employed of any size and sector, “enabling them to easily accept card payments of any amount from mobile devices, without the need for an additional device, as was previously necessary.” It is reportedly… Read More

Fintech Mollie Launches Solution Enhancing In-Person Payments

Mollie, one of the fastest growing financial services providers in Europe, today launched its in-person payments solution, Mollie Terminal. Initially available in Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands, the launch “marks a pivotal move for Mollie, further strengthening its unified commerce payments proposition.” Mollie Terminal “adds… Read More

Saudi Arabia: SAB, Fintech Firm Ottu to Enhance Digital Payments

SAB has announced its collaboration with Ottu, a fast-growing payment fintech, to enhance its Digital Payments Solution. This partnership will “provide SAB merchants with an Online Payment Management Solution (OPMS) using direct integration with the payment gateways provided by SAB.” This collaboration aims “to simplify… Read More

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