BrightFi selects i2c to provide financial services for underbanked communities

Wednesday 17 March 2021 13:06 CET | News

BrightFi, a cloud-based banking engine, has selected i2c to help provide mobile financial services to underbanked and unbanked consumers, as well as to organisations and financial institutions aiming to serve the overlooked market segment.

BrightFi delivers a subscription-based digital banking experience to the communities that need it most. When paired with i2c’s building-blocks platform, BrightFi can pass savings to end customers while delivering its features at an affordable cost.

Customers will have products and features such as no minimum balance requirements, payment and mobile deposit, savings accounts, and live customer service available seven days a week. Accounts will have no hidden, overdraft or transfer fees and funds will be held by FDIC insured institutions for up to USD 250,000.

BrightFi also offers organisations and financial institutions the ability to leverage its platform to support their own branded financial wellness and inclusion programs, helping more communities extend low-cost financial services.

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Keywords: financial services, cloud, financial institutions, banks, partnership, i2c
Categories: Banking & Fintech
Countries: United States
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Banking & Fintech