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GoCardless to Acquire Nordigen Open Banking Platform

GoCardless has announced its intent to acquire Nordigen an open banking data provider. The deal is expected to close later this summing. The terms of the acquisition were not revealed. GoCardless is based in the UK with offices around the world. Nordigen is regulated in… Read More

Fintech GoCardless Appoints Paul Stoddart as President

GoCardless, which claims to be a leader in direct bank payment solutions, has announced the appointment of Paul Stoddart as President. Stoddart joins from Mastercard where he “was President of its New Payment Platforms, Executive Chairman of Vocalink and a Member of the Mastercard Management… Read More

GoCardless Announces Fraud Prevention Tool

UK-based GoCardless, a direct bank payment solution, has announced a fraud prevention tool – Verified Mandates. The new feature is said to combine the Account Information Services (AIS) capabilities of open banking with direct debit to stop fraud before it happens. GoCardless describes its services… Read More

Fintech GoCardless Secures $312M to Support Open Banking Growth

The team at GoCardless notes that Open Banking is the key to changing how we make payments, and get paid. So when GoCardless finalized their Series F investment round at the end of 2020, they immediately put that investment to work – “accelerating [their] product… Read More

Holiday Shoppers Expected to Embrace BNPL Schemes: GoCardless Survey

Holiday shoppers plan to embrace buy now, pay later (BNPL) schemes with both arms this holiday season, the results of a study from GoCardless suggest. Overall, 42 per cent of shoppers plan to use the tool, and that rate rises to 60 per cent for… Read More

Younger Generations Warming to Social Media Payment Apps: GoCardless

The younger you are, the more warm you are to using social media-based payment apps, new research released this week by GoCardless suggested. The payments infrastructure provider recently surveyed 1,000 American adults about their payment preferences. They found 56% per cent of millennials and 54… Read More

America’s Love Affair With Credit Cards Headed for a Split: Survey

Credit cards may be losing their dominant position as a preferred spending mechanism, the results of a new survey by account-to-account payment services company GoCardless suggests. The company teamed with Propeller Insights to survey more than 1,000 American adults about their payment preferences. A Clear… Read More

Credit Cards Falling Out of Favor With Younger Americans

Credit card use may be falling out of favor with American consumers, results of a new survey by global payments Fintech GoCardless suggest.  Three out of four respondents (76 percent) would like to decrease their credit card use while 77 percent prefer debit cards to… Read More

London-based Fintech GoCardless Partners TransferWise to Offer First Global Network for Recurring Payments Processing

London-based GoCardless, a Fintech firm that makes collecting payments by direct debit easy for everyone, has partnered with TransferWise, a cross-border money transfer service, in order to launch the first global network for processing recurring payments through bank debit. GoCardless’ recurring payments customers will be… Read More

UK Fintech GoCardless Secures £16.6 Million During Series D Funding Round & Announces Partnership With Sage

UK-based GoCardless has secured £16.6 million during its latest Series D funding round. According to Business Insider, the fintech company attracted funds from various investors, including Access Partners, Balderton Capital, Notion, and Passion Capital.  Founded in 2011, GoCardless describes itself as a next generation payments company… Read More

Mangopay & GoCardless Form Partnership for Improved Collection of Payments

London-based Fintech startup GoCardless and innovative payment solution provider Mangopay have formed a partnership that is said to improve the collection of payments from global crowdfunding platforms. GoCardless launched in 2012 and presently serves more than 13,000 companies collecting over a billion pounds per year. It has… Read More

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