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Customers Bank, Tassat | May 22, 2021
The subsidiary of Customers Bancorp, Inc. a bank holding firm named as Customers Bank joins hands with Tassat, a leading supplier of blockchain solutions for digital payments. They announced today that Customers Bank will use Tassat's proprietary platform TassatPay® Network, which includes real-time B2B payments and convergence between digital and legacy payment rails. The collaboration would result in improved payments capabilities for the bank's company clients as well as low-cost ...
LoanPro | July 09, 2021
LoanPro, a major SaaS-based loan management, servicing, and collections platform for alternative, fintech, and traditional lenders, announced today a $100 million growth equity investment from FTV Capital, a sector-focused growth equity investor in innovative enterprise technology and services, financial services, and payments and transaction processing firms. LoanPro will use the funds raised to improve the functionality of its platform, expand into new loan sectors, and engage in client-centri...
Kyriba | August 26, 2021
Kyriba, a global leader of cloud-based finance and IT solutions, and Openpay Group Ltd., a global diversified payments fintech Company, announced a strategic partnership to introduce Openpay's OpyPro SaaS solution for B2B payments to Kyriba clients to improve their working capital performance and strengthen customer relationships.
"We are thrilled to join this strategic partnership with Kyriba, a leading innovator in enterprise liquidity management," said Brian Shnid...
Google | April 20, 2020
Google could soon follow Apple in launching its own branded payments card, according to TechCrunch.
The tech giant is developing physical and virtual debit cards that would be co-branded with financial services players, including Citi and Stanford Federal Credit Union.
These two firms were floated in a November Wall Street Journal report on a possible Google checking account, code-named Cache.
Cache was initially expected to launch early this year but has yet to materialise ...
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