Skaleet partners with PSP Lab to help customers obtain payment licenses
By Joy Dumasia
- Consulting company
- Main banking platform
Skaleet, an international FinTech offering a next-generation Core Banking Platform (CBP), has announced a partnership with PSP Lab, a European FinTech consulting company. This partnership means that Skaleet will be able to offer its joint customers comprehensive regulatory expertise. With this new partnership, Skaleet customers can now acquire the necessary e-money and payment settlement authorizations and stay on track with their obligations to focus on growing their business.
Dmitrijus Apockinas, Managing Partner of PSP Labsaid, “After looking at a dozen, if not a hundred, different solutions on the market, we made sure that Skaleet has the potential to meet the needs of our most demanding customers.”
PSP Lab advises its clients in an ever-changing regulatory environment on the regulatory licensing process and supports them in the development of reliable and regulatory-compliant products and services. Thanks to the Core Banking Platform offered by Skaleet, PSP Lab will be able to meet the demanding needs of its customers by providing a solution adapted to the regulatory complexities of payment activities in Europe to facilitate the rapid distribution of services. Skaleet and PSP Lab believe that their association creates value for their current and future customers.
Brice Groche, director of commercial partnerships at Skaleetsaid: “Our natural choice fell on PSP Lab, which is one of the leading consultancy companies in the European Fintech landscape.”
Skaleet has chosen a partner capable of supporting companies in obtaining a payment license, knowing the FinTech ecosystem and participating in the most promising and innovative projects in Europe. Skaleet has clients requiring an Electronic Money Institution (EMI)/Payment Institution (PI) license and the expertise of a team experienced in handling applications with regulators.
Recently, IBS Intelligence reported that Skaleet, a FinTech providing the Core Banking Platform (CBP), announced a new partnership with Marqeta, the modern global card issuance platform, to enrich its existing ecosystem.
Foxen Closes $44M Series A Funding Round to Fund Game-Changing Real Estate FinTech Solutions
MoneyGram announces partnership with Mobily Pay in Saudi Arabia
IBSi Daily News Analysis
United Kingdom: thanks to open banking, the CRIF strengthens the solvency of SMEs
IBSi FinTech Review
- Most Trusted FinTech Journal Since 1991
- Digital monthly issue
- Over 60 pages of research, analysis, interviews, opinions and rankings
- Global coverage