i2c, Bank of Missouri team to offer FinTech digital banking products
By Delisha Fernandes
i2c Inc, a US-based banking and payments solutions provider, has partnered with the Bank of Missouri (TBOM) to help FinTechs launch digital banking products.
“We chose i2c for their configurable suite of products, full suite of managed services, as well as, their reputation in the industry,” said Mark Barker, EVP, chief contract services officer at TBOM. “With i2c as our strategic platform processor provider, we can quickly and easily deliver a full suite of financial products and services to our fintech clients, while allowing them the flexibility they need to differentiate themselves against their competitors.”
By leveraging i2c’s core banking and payments platform, TBOM can swiftly onboard fintech clients and enable these companies to create their own unique configurations of digital-first financial services that more effectively meet consumers’ financial needs.
This collaboration is geared towards addressing the emerging requirements of fintechs to offer easier access to digital banking solutions — including checking and savings accounts, consumer and small business loans, credit card, reward programs, and virtual cards — among other customizable banking services.
“Our partnership with TBOM underscores i2c’s commitment to providing both technology and managed services to BaaS enablers globally,” said Serena Smith, chief client officer at i2c. “At i2c we’re excited about this collaboration and the unparalleled value we create for fintechs and BaaS aggregators alike.”
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