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Fintech disruptor Trust Payments announces partnership expansions at Money 2020


The power of these new partnerships will drive the business towards its aim of taking commerce to the next level

London, UK, 09 June 2022 – Trust Payments, a fintech platform specialising in frictionless payments and value-added services for businesses, has announced the addition of three new partners to its portfolio. The move will enable platforms, merchants and their customers to add robust merchant acquiring capabilities, solve payment issues and strengthen risk management offerings. 

Businesses combine different value propositions to meet the demand for new sales flows. With a 73% increase in total revenues from the year before for Trust Payments, this concept of Converged Commerce™ where layering features and add-ons offer merchants greater control, choice and flexibility to create powerful and innovative offerings. 

Who are the new partners? 

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  • BR-DGE is a leading payment orchestration provider delivering a simple to integrate and easy to adopt end-to-end payment experience. Announced today, merchants will have access to Trust Payments’ suite of Converged Commerce™ offerings including an all-in-one payments platform, award-winning risk management tools, Anti Money Laundering (AML) and fraud detection features for flexible and secure e-commerce solutions.
  • Feedzai is the world’s first RiskOps platform for financial risk management and a market leader in safeguarding global commerce. From this week, Trust Payments’ customers will benefit from an advanced cloud-based risk management platform powered by machine learning and artificial intelligence to help deliver trusted commerce solutions globally.
  • Fiserv helps clients deliver account, merchant and card issuer processing, digital banking solutions and payments, e-commerce and network services. The new long-term agreement with Trust Payments will provide their clients with on-demand payment capabilities, enabled by Acquiring-as-a-Service to support ambitious growth and worldwide expansion plans. 

Acquiring-as-a-service has made it possible for fintechs or large payment processors to leverage modern technology and become merchant acquirers. By enabling the acceptance of card payments for their own clients, companies can successfully include payments as part of their services mix and utilise the expertise from partners for operations and growth.

These partnerships demonstrate their commitment to being a one-stop-shop for payments and e-commerce solutions to their 20,000+ customers and deliver full support from ideation to deployment to ensure smooth operations. 

Daniel Holden, Group Chief Executive Officer of Trust Payments, said: “We are thrilled to be expanding our portfolio of partners to provide an entire end-to-end solution to SMEs globally. This next step will open up enormous possibilities for our clients. Technology will drive better choice and flexibility to tailor and layer offerings to compete in the exciting but challenging economic landscape. We will continue to reinforce our commitment to deliver trusted payment and commerce solutions to our customers globally, and the expertise from these brilliant businesses will help us achieve just that.”


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