TradeCore launches new platform in the UK

Wednesday 22 July 2020 11:19 CET | News

Fintech TradeCore has launched its new platform in the UK, aimed at increasing the pace of innovation in the fintech industry. 
The platform is aimed at removing complex back-end processes to help fintechs launch quickly and effectively, taking the burden of regulatory responsibility so that its customers can focus on what really matters: customer acquisition and retention. 

With more than ten key partner integrations, it will mean customers, for example, can access: payments powered by Modulr, including Bacs, Faster Payments, and SEPA, for euro payments; use category leading open banking infrastructure via Truelayer; and remain compliant through KYC and onboarding with ComplyAdvantage

TradeCore’s platform provides:
  • Card Issuing: Issue Mastercard virtual and physical cards 
  • Investment: Access capital markets and market data vendors using TradeCore’s trading interface
  • Digital Banking: Use providers for payments, issues IBANs, monitor transactions through open banking and more
  • Crypto: Automatecryptocurrency dealings with full regulatory compliance
  • KYC: Optimise digital account opening strategy and create a new onboarding experience
  • Infuse: Unlock  information about customers to maximise the ROI of a fintech’s users using TradeCore’s data platform

TradeCore’s platform launches in the UK with founding customers FlexInvest and OrbPay using the platform to launch into the UK market. OrbPay is a Bitcon payments gateway for businesses, and is using TradeCore to launch its crypto-processing payments product. FlexInvest is a simple, commission-free investing and banking platform, allowing customers to invest in global stocks, as well as borderless banking using FlexInvest’s digital wallet and debit card. 

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Keywords: TradeCore, UK, fintech, payments, KYC, onboarding, data, Open Banking
Categories: Banking & Fintech | Payments General
Countries: United Kingdom
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Banking & Fintech