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Neil Harris, CEO of b-yond and The Payments Association Advisory Board Deputy Chair takes up role as Group CEO of Pannovate

Neil Harris, CEO of b-yond and The Payments Association Advisory Board Deputy Chair takes up role as Group CEO of Pannovate.
Pannovate is a leading TechFin focused on the delivery of Banking and Payment products and services through a suite of full-stack omni-channel digital solutions.
Prior to this new appointment, Neil Harris, was leading the global business growth for Global Processing Services (GPS) since 2017, and in his new role will support the next phase of growth for Pannovate

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Currensea Partnering with Rafiki Thabo

We are delighted to be supporting the Rafiki Thabo Foundation. As we look to give more travellers in the UK the chance to save money, it is really important to Currensea to allow them to also give back to causes they are passionate about! Rafiki Thabo is a charity run by passionate individuals who are making a difference and this really resonates with Currensea. We are excited to see how we can help them continue to make life-changing differences to amazing individuals and communities in Kenya, Lesotho and Uganda.

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Monet unveils Weavr-powered creator finance platform

London-based revenue management Fintech, MONET, is proud to announce the beta launch of its revenue-based lending platform with dedicated Creator Business debit cards and accounts for creators, providing infrastructure that is a world-first in its field.

The platform is facilitated by embedded finance specialist Weavr, using their technology to provide business banking and payments infrastructure.

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Noda Pay: What businesses need to know about open banking

Open Banking is the concept of sharing banking information outside the bank. Historically, data and actions with funds are only available to the funds owner and his bank. Open banking introduces the concept of the Banking Consent, when the funds owner allows some third party provider (TPP) to read his bank’s data – such as account information, balances transactions, etc.There is also a payment initiation option, which allows TPP’s to create new payment methods without any intermediaries – such as card schemes (Visa, Mastercard) and wallets (PayPal, AliPay).

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Noda Go is up and running. Why Does it Matter?

Well, Noda Go makes it possible to register a user and fully verify their bank details, and even receive a payment/deposit, in just a few clicks. Noda Go is lightning fast and very easy to use. Our solution means the user doesn’t need to fill out loads of details because we receive all the necessary data directly from the bank. That means your client can quickly and safely spend money on their favorite service.

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