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IDEMIA establishes a partnership with FinTech Australia

By Edil Corneille

February 11, 2021

  • Australia
  • Idemia
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IDEMIA, Augmented Identity, France, FinTech Australia, trade associationIDEMIA signed a corporate partnership with FinTech Australia, a trade association that is aiming to boost the country’s financial technology (FinTech) ecosystem. With a global presence in payment card issuance, payment solutions, security and identity management technologies, IDEMIA will leverage its R&D and experience to provide key support for FinTech Australia’s events, awards and community activities.

Rebecca Schot-Guppy, General Manager of FinTech Australia shared, “We welcome IDEMIA to our partnership programme and look forward to further integrating the company with the Australian FinTech community. FinTech Australia has signed up a myriad of major corporate partners in the past year, and hence our cooperation with IDEMIA is essential to growing our ecosystem and forming collaborations that will help FinTech firms step up growth.”

IDEMIA plans to invest in the future of payments with trademarked solutions including Greenpay Sustainable Payments and the FinTech Accelerator Card Program that supports both Financial Technology Institutes and neobanks.

IDEMIA has on offer a broad range of convenient and flexible payment solutions and services that include eco-friendly cards (Greenpay), metal cards, smart digital solutions with digital pins, and digital inserts. It also provides IDEMIA Connect which simplifies the customer experience by simply tapping the card on the phone to activate the cards.

Ben Scott, VP of Financial Institutions, IDEMIA Australasia said, “With our comprehensive services, global footprint and payments experience, we are ideally placed to support fast changing payment trends and help FinTechs meet their goals. We’re excited about our partnership with FinTech Australia – especially since ongoing innovation and digital services take-up will be driven by FinTechs. We really look forward to teaming up with more Australian FinTech firms so that we get an idea how we can best use our technologies to enhance not only their services, but also how our technologies can be rolled out to other industries.”

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