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Visa puts fintechs on Fast Track to payments innovation

Saturday, 08 03 2019, Category: Technology, Country: United States
The United States is a massive market for innovating in the space of banking and financial services, with fintech investment in the U.S. more than doubling to $52.5 billion last year alone.

Visa understands that fintechs are a key enabler in leading the charge to transforming the digital payments ecosystem, helping to change the way the world pays, and money moves. It takes strong partnerships across each area of the ecosystem to deliver new user experiences, which is why Visa is committed to continuing to champion the fintech community around the globe, through investment, partnership, and key business priorities. As one of the world’s original fintechs, Visa is a natural partner to the community, bringing global scale, a recognizable brand, security, reliability and sophisticated capabilities.

Today, Visa is focused on partnering and investing in fintechs bringing to market new digital payment experiences across a broad spectrum of verticals.

As part of this, Visa is announcing the expansion of its Fast Track program in the U.S., offering fintechs access to resources, expertise, a strong partner community and the security, speed and scale of a global network that will help fintechs grow their businesses.

Source: Visa
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