The acquisition of London-based FX provider Cornhill, which is currently pending regulatory approval, will strengthen iBanFirst’s value proposition to SMEs by simplifying GBP transfers (particularly post-Brexit), and offer Cornhill clients access to its state-of-the-art cross-border technology.
iBanFirst acquires UK-based Cornhill to strengthen its position as leader in multicurrency B2B payment services
Paris, 22 June 2021. Fresh off the back of its recent growth equity investment deal, iBanFirst is further enhancing its services with the rollout of new open-banking capabilities in its ambition to become the European leader in B2B cross-border payments.
iBanFirst teams up with global investment firm Marlin Equity Partners to finance organic growth and M&A initiatives
The significant long-term funding partnership cements iBanFirst’s ambition to become the global leader in multicurrency B2B payment services. Global private equity firm Marlin Equity Partners (“Marlin”) becomes iBanFirst's largest shareholder under the deal, while Founder, Management and historic in...
iBanFirst's ‘Payment Tracker’ sets new transparency standards for international cross-border payments. Potential roadblocks or delays are highlighted along the payment journey to strengthen business-client relationships and the service is free-to-use for iBanFirst customers and their beneficiaries.
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iBanFirst appoints Chief Technology Officer as part of the company’s continued international expansion strategy
Former Euronext engineer and technology director, Said Layadi, has been appointed as iBanFirst's CTO. The new CTO will be responsible for enhancing the capabilities of the fintech's online payment platform.