Belgian challenger Aion rolls out business banking app
The ‘Premium Plan’ is €39 a month.
The ‘Premium Plan’ is €39 a month.
Implementation of nCino’s cloud banking software took a year for the bank.
The start-up will focus on B2B services to help firms attract younger investors.
The venture now has a 50-person London-based team.
Subscription-only bank continues development after 2019 launch.
The Belgian bank deploys SimCorp in retail, corporate, and investment banking.
Argenta, AXA Bank, Crelan, and vdk bank pick DN for ATM upgrade.
French banking group now deploys Tink in Belgium and Italy.
Four major banks want to create “brand neutral” ATMs.
Warburg Pincus to rebrand new acquisition four months after regulatory approval.
Spyros Retzekas, COO at Qualco says agility is the key.
INKEF Capital and Citi Ventures led the Series A round.
Belgian bank builds out systems with two modules from Objectway.
Authorities handed down three AML-related fines May, totaling to $336.7 million.
The licence was secured in a bid to curb Brexit uncertainty.
The platform already has over 60,000 merchants in Benelux.
The project aims to move 120,000 programmes in a year.
It is rumoured that it is being organised by investment bank Goldman Sachs.
The app is virtually linked to users’ current and savings accounts.
As a strong and united ecosystem, the European fintech scene can finally discover its true potential.
The money transfer company is looking for developers in Spain.
Its Easy Banking App got easier. An easy pun but don’t be too hard on us.
Gets its “first-ever government services contract in the Benelux market”.
BNP Paribas Fortis in Belgium will be the first to roll
Wolters Kluwer’s OneSumX to support bpost bank’s reg reporting and AnaCredit.
Will work with B-Hive as it looks for more action.
Partner Belgium Mobile ID has made the integration possible.
CKV Spaarbank opts for Wolters Kluwer’s flagship OneSumX solution.
Working together with Belfius, BNP Paribas Fortis, ING and KBC.
BNP Paribas Fortis will incorporate Tink’s technology into its mobile banking apps.
Belgium bank KBC with its mobile banking app is seeking to form a partnership to broaden its third-party services.
ING Belgium has opened doors to its first “client house” branch, which the bank describes as “a place where retail, business and private banking customers can walk in and enjoy a good coffee and receive personal service”.
In an exclusive interview with Daily News at Sibos, Fabian Vandenreydt, executive chairman of collaborative innovation platform B-Hive, explains what it’s doing for creativity and how it will form a separate company for scale-ups.
Belgium – the “Jihadi capital of Europe” – is the European Union’s (EU) most lenient country on money laundering despite its role in terrorist financing, according to anti-money laundering (AML) firm Fortytwo Data. With refreshing frankness in the usually jargon-soaked and platitude-drenched world of fintech, Fortytwo Data says the EU’s disjointed approach to the fight […]
Android Pay is now available in Belgium – becoming the tenth country in the world to get it. It can be used at more than 85,000 retail locations throughout Belgium that accept contactless payments. Its purchase button can also be seen in apps like Deliveroo, TransferWise and Vueling, with other unspecified apps on the way. […]
BankUP, a new fintech venture based in Kontich, Belgium, looks to tap into the European SME banking market.
Belgium is making overtures to London’s fintech scene as it looks a build a bridge between both communities. Innovate Finance, a UK-based fintech membership association, held talks today (11 January) in London with a delegation from Belgium’s digital finance community led by the Minister of Finance Johan Van Overtveldt. As part of this meeting, Overtveldt […]
BNP Paribas and SIX Payment Services are planning to target merchants in Belgium with a new payments partnership, which they say will offer competition on payment terminals and acquiring services for the first time.
Belgium’s Record Bank has introduced a new mobile banking platform that it says will help customers better manage their money in real time. The features of the new mobile banking service include SEPA payment abilities and the ability for customers to check the status, transaction history and details of their own account. Established in 2001, […]
Securities trading in France, the Netherlands and Belgium is to move to T+2 settlement in October 2014, following a decision by Euroclear to pre-empt Europe-wide settlement reforms.