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Noda

Noda, a leading global Open Banking platform, is revolutionizing the way online merchants operate. By tackling critical challenges such as end-user KYC, efficient payments processing, LTV forecasting, and UX optimization,

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Episode Six

Episode Six enables financial institutions, fintechs, and other innovators to build new digital journeys that leverage real-time payment and value transfer—with any network, any system, any currency, anywhere in the

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DECTA

DECTA is a global processing company, a provider of integrated services for payment processing, online acquiring, and payment card issuing. Being the principal member of Visa and Mastercard networks, DECTA

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Algbra

Algbra is a next generation fintech platform headquartered in London, leveraging state-of-the-art technology, working with tier one partners and operating with a UK regulatory framework. The Algbra platform is built

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Tink

Tink is Europe’s leading open banking platform that enables banks, fintechs and startups to develop data-driven financial services. Through one API, Tink allows customers to access aggregated financial data, initiate

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Netcetera

As a leading Swiss software company, we support our customers worldwide with cutting-edge services, products and custom software. As market leader for payment security, the software company offers innovative digital

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Feedzai

Feedzai is the world’s first RiskOps platform and the market leader in safeguarding global commerce with today’s most advanced cloud-based risk management platform, powered by machine learning and artificial intelligence.

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IDEMIA

At IDEMIA, we embrace this new reality and we understand the security concerns that accompany advancement. We analyzed the world around us and reinvented the concept of identity. We call

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Modulr

Modulr, is on a mission to unlock the embedded payment opportunity for businesses across the UK and Europe. Embedded payments is a new category which sees payments becoming an integral part of a

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Pennies

The digital upgrade of the traditional charity box, Pennies is a simple way to give that is raising millions for charity. In our first 5 years, consumer donations made to

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Chargebacks911 and Fi911

Founded in 2011, Chargebacks911 is the first global company fully dedicated to mitigating chargeback risk and eliminating chargeback fraud. As industry-leading innovators, Chargebacks911 is credited with developing the most effective

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