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Ozan parent brand, OpenPayd launches with a mission to ‘Unlock Banking’


London (02/04/19) – OpenPayd announced today that they are on a mission to ‘Unlock Banking’. The London-based tech firm will simplify payments and banking for businesses through its modular technology and global license network.

The OpenPayd group which comprises the Settle Go and Ozan technologies specialises in serving both B2B and B2B2C organisations.

OpenPayd benefits payment service providers and FX brokers, SME’s and Enterprise level solutions requiring automated global banking and payments services.

The OpenPayd technology will enable corporates to strengthen their existing proposition and expand into new markets.  The platform delivers accounts in over 20 currencies, FX liquidity management, payment processing and access to a global acquiring and settlement network.

“We are proud to solve a problem for businesses that are impaired by traditional banks.  Based upon our own experience, we know that time to money in a global digital economy is intrinsic to scaling a business.

OpenPayd customers will be able to select and access the banking and payment services they need all through a user-friendly and intuitive website or through a comprehensive API offering” said Iana Dimitrova, Group CEO

About OpenPayd

Originally founded in 2015, OpenPayd was formerly known as Akce.  The group is made up of the parent brand OpenPayd as well as the Settle Go and Ozan brands.

The mission of OpenPayd is to Unlock Banking for businesses that are typically underserved by the banking sector.  They believe that all businesses regardless of their scale or industry should be able to leverage the best payment and banking services.

OpenPayd is based in London with offices in Malta, Turkey, Bulgaria and the USA.  The Settle Go and Ozan brands are regulated by the FCA and both hold EMI licenses. The group is also regulated in the USA.

To learn more please visit www.openpayd.com , www.settlego.com or www.ozan.com

  • Published on 4th April 2019

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