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PayPal Ventures Backs Payments Fintech Modulr with £9 Million Investment

Payments as a Service Fintech Modulr has received a £9 million investment from PayPal Ventures to develop additional products and expand its customer base. Modulr is a Fintech service that integrates into any product or system. Users may automate payment flows, embed payments into their… Read More

UK Mobile-Enabled Installment Credit Card Tymit Joins Forces With Modulr to Bring Customers Real-Time Payments Access

Tymit, a UK-based mobile-enabled installment credit card, announced on Tuesday it has partnered with Modulr, a payments-as-a-service API platform, to bring real-time payments to Tymit cardholders. The service gives customers access to take control of their finances and plan the way they pay. Founded in… Read More

UK Fintech Modulr Introduces Card Issuing API, Customers are Now Able to Manage All Payments Needs from One Platform

UK-based Modulr, a Payments as a Service API Platform for digital businesses, has introduced physical cards that are now available via its platform. The Modulr team noted: “Following popular demand, we have launched a card-issuing API, completing an end-to-end, one-stop solution for an entire card… Read More

Inefficient Payment Processes have Led to Significant Increases in Operational Costs for UK Businesses: Report

UK-based businesses might be “sleepwalking” into a major payments crisis, according to a recent report from Modulr, a Payments as a Service API Platform for digital businesses. The report reveals that payment processes cost UK businesses a substantial £1.5m (or 12% of Opex) with costs… Read More

UK Fintech Modulr Reveals that its Dublin based Entity Is Now Licensed as EMI by Central Bank of Ireland

UK-based Modulr, a Payments as a Service API Platform for digital businesses, has revealed that its Dublin-based entity is now licensed as an electronic money institution (EMI) by the Central Bank of Ireland. The Modulr team noted: “This is an important step in enabling our… Read More

UK Fintech Modulr Becomes Principal Issuing Member of Mastercard, Will Now Offer More Seamless Digital Payments Solutions

Myles Stephenson, the CEO at UK-based Fintech firm Modulr, says he’s pleased to announce that the financial service provider has become a principal issuing member of Mastercard. As explained by the company, this means that their products are “further embedded” in key financial infrastructure and… Read More

UK Fintech Modulr Reportedly Becomes First Non-bank or Building Society to Join Confirmation of Payee Service

Earlier this week, Modulr reportedly became the very first non-bank or building society to join the Confirmation of Payee service, which allows people to check whether the payment details they’ve provided for an individual or company match the details that are held by the recipient’s… Read More

Payments As a Service API Platform Modulr Raises £18.9 Million in Growth Funding

Modulr, a Payments as a Service API Platform for digital businesses, announced on Wednesday it secured £18.9 million in growth funding to further develop its platform and expand into new products and markets. The funding round was led by European growth capital firm Highland Europe… Read More

UK-based Fintech Modulr Says It’ll Invest Most of Its £20 Million Funding in Scotland’s Financial Tech Sector

London-based Fintech firm Modulr revealed on October 30 that it’s planning to invest most of its £20 million in funding in Scotland’s financial technology sector, in order to promote innovation and support the nation’s role as a leading tech hub. Modulr’s investment-related decision has come after… Read More

Payments As a Service API Platform Modulr Secures £14 Million Through Latest Investment Round

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Modulr, a Payments as a Service API Platform for digital businesses, announced on Monday it secured £14 million through its latest investment round, which was led by new investors Frog Capital as well as further investment from existing investors including Blenheim Chalcot. Founded in 2015,… Read More

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