During Money20/20 Europe 2023, Europe’s biggest FinTech show in Amsterdam The Netherlands, the new partnership between FLIQA and ibanXS was sealed!
Slovenian based Payment Service Provider FLIQA uses Open Banking to provide pay-ins and pay-outs to business clients. Dutch based PSD2 Open Banking platform ibanXS provides the necessary access to more than 2.000 European banks.
Nina Strajnar, FLIQA’s CEO says: “The strength of this partnership lies in the combination of our Open Banking solutions for money collections and withdrawals and ibanXS’ wide reach of bank connections.
When we first reached out to them they didn’t cover Eastern Europe yet, a key market for FLIQA. But ibanXS’ Bank Connection Team went the extra mile and in no time they added all the Romanian banks to their coverage. Their flexibility, reliability and client centricity convinced us to partner with them. We believe in working together, growing together, and delivering together – above all we believe in meeting our clients expectations.”
Edy Bruinooge, ibanXS’ CCO says: “FLIQA is the perfect partner for us. Their vision to provide intelligent tools and developer friendly infrastructure for seamless payment options via Open Banking aligns perfectly with our vision to open up all of Europe through Open Banking. We are delighted to be able to support their business ideas and ambitions with our technology and business expertise. We were also able to deliver our promise to the market: ‘Your Access. Any Bank. Anywhere.’ I am so proud of the team for being able to expand our presence in Eastern Europe so quickly. We are excited and looking forward to conquering new markets and continuing to justify the trust of our clients.”
With access to FLIQA’s APIs and specialist support, partners can accept instant payments make payouts and benefit from data capabilities across 20+ markets, making it easier for different verticals to make the most of open banking.
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