Clear Junction announces the launch of its Partnership Programme
By Joy Dumasia
Clear Junction has announced the launch of its Partnership Programme, a brand new initiative that can benefit banks and financial institutions worldwide. Clear Junction is a UK-based company that provides end-to-end regulated electronic money and payments solutions. The cornerstone of its client offering is a correspondent account, enabling licensed financial institutions to hold and maintain a monetary balance in their name.
Many banks and financial institutions struggle to gain access to the products and services they need to succeed, so the Partnership Programme represents an opportunity for those who know to spread the word to their contacts. Lucrative rewards can be earned for individuals and businesses who successfully refer institutions that might benefit from accessing Clear Junction’s payments solutions.
The company is headquartered in London, UK, with offices across Europe; Clear Junction Limited is licensed and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. The team has developed proprietary technology that facilitates access to correspondent accounts, virtual IBANs and payment networks in the UK, Europe and beyond.
Igor Ostashkov, Head of Strategic Partnerships at Clear Junction, said: “I am delighted to head up Clear Junction’s new Partnership Programme. Our team works tirelessly to identify new opportunities where our solutions and proprietary technology might best be put to use. But by inviting others to recommend financial institutions that need access to accounts, payment rails and virtual IBANs, we can help many other businesses enhance their customer offering.”
IBS Intelligence reported that Clear Junction announced a new partnership with Axius Global to help enhance the banking service provider’s customer offering. Axius Global is a newly launched disruptive FinTech; the team works with its customers to design, develop and deploy financial solutions that help connect to financial institutes, marketplaces and exchanges.
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