Trustly teams with Mintos P2P marketplace
Payment solutions company Trustly landed a new client in the peer-to-peer lending space this week. The Sweden-based company announced it has teamed up with Mintos, Europe’s largest P2P marketplace, reports Julie Muhn at Finovate.
The collaboration will allow the almost-100,000 investors at the Latvia-based P2P platform to transfer funds from banks in 29 European countries in real time.
Mintos CEO and co-founder Martins Sulte comments on the importance of offering “fast and highly secure transfers” and meeting investors’ demand “for a seamless, fast, and simple user experience”.
Founded in 2008, Trustly supports card-not-present payments for online merchants and offers a way for consumers to transact using their online banking access credentials.
Trustly works with more than 3,000 banks across Europe. The company has 215 employees across Sweden, Spain, Malta, Germany, and the UK.
Last month, the company teamed with proptech company Oscar Properties to help clients book and pay for their new apartment online.