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Leading European Payment Platform Lemon Way Receives €10 million Investment to Fuel Hypergrowth

Fintech Lemon Way, a payment institution regulated by the ACPR – Banque de France,  has received additional funding in the amount of €10 million. The round was led by Breega capital, with the participation from Speedinvest, a Fintech venture capital fund. According to the local… Read More

Lemon Way is the Leading Payment Solution for Platforms in the Euro Zone

Montreuil, France based Lemon Way is the number one online payment solution for crowdfunding platforms in continental Europe. The company received a payment institution license in 2012. According to the Fintech firm, today Lemon Way provides payment solutions to over 200 crowdfunding sites (both debt… Read More

Payments & KYC Platform Acuity Partners with Fintech Lemon Way to Flag High Risk Customers

Accuity, a financial crime compliance, payments and know- your-customer (KYC) platform, has partnered with France-based Fintech Lemon Way, to help flag potentially high-risk customers. Lemon Way has decided to utilize Accuity’s  Firco Compliance Link, a solution which will enable the business to streamline its financial… Read More

Lemon Way: Payments & Regtech for 29 Countries in 24 Languages

In its early days as a Payment Service Provider, Lemon Way took up the challenge of meeting the complex needs of crowdfunding platforms while drastically cutting the costs and relieving them of much of the regulatory burden of payment transactions. Five years later, the company… Read More

Lemon Way Tops €900 Million in Cash Processed During 2016

Lemon Way Claims Valuation of €65 Million French Fintech firm Lemon Way says it is continuing to experience “spectacular growth” announcing that it will exceed €900 million of flows processed (inbound and outbound) during 2016, compared with €344 million in 2015 and €113 million in… Read More

The Brexit as Viewed from the European Continent

In the troubled post-Brexit context, many leaders in the UK traditional and alternative financial services are trying to reassure their market and even to present the Brexit vote as an opportunity for the UK. Their statements read like reactions of the French after a soccer… Read More

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