Banking Circle wins best B2B Payments Programme in Emerging Payments Awards

Banking Circle wins best B2B Payments Programme in Emerging Payments Awards
04.10.2019 11:00 am

Banking Circle wins best B2B Payments Programme in Emerging Payments Awards

Payments

Banking Circle has added another trophy to its already-overflowing award cabinet, with a successful night at the Emerging Payments Awards. The Banking Circle team took home Best B2B Payments Programme.

The 12th annual Emerging Payments Awards recognised excellence and innovation in payments, and winners were selected by an international panel of expert judges who focused on discovering the best innovations in the payments ecosystem.

Anders la Cour, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Banking Circle commented: “The Emerging Payments Awards are highly influential, recognising the best and most beneficial propositions and solutions from across the industry. To have won the Best B2B Payments category, underlines the core focus of our business and is a fantastic confirmation of the importance of Banking Circle’s ground-breaking solutions.

“The entire team works incredibly hard to research gaps in provision and to build suitable and accessible solutions which will help increase financial inclusion for businesses around the world. This latest recognition of our achievements is testament to the team’s dedication and innovative thinking. We have plenty more exciting developments in the pipeline, which we look forward to sharing with the industry in the coming months.”

Banking Circle is a global scale financial utility that gives banks and financial tech businesses the ability to enhance their customer proposition. Leading the rise of a super-correspondent banking network, Banking Circle is increasing international financial inclusion by helping financial institutions provide their customers and previously excluded businesses with faster, cheaper banking solutions. These solutions include banking accounts, local and cross border payments, multi-currency IBAN accounts and flexible lending solutions, and negate the need for financial institutions to build their own infrastructure and correspondent banking partner network.

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