iBanFirst launches real-time cross-border ‘Payment Tracker’ for both payers and payees

14 January 2021

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

10 December 2020

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.

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iBanFirst appoints Chief Revenue Officer to drive its international expansion

6 October 2020

Former Groupon Sales Operations Director and M&A banking specialist, Grégoire Andrieu-Guitrancourt, has been appointed Chief Revenue Officer (CRO) at iBanFirst. He will notably be responsible for supporting iBanFirst’s growth across Benelux, Germany, Central and Eastern Europe. His appointment is pa...

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iBanFirst hires Chief Data Officer to strengthen its global market position

25 August 2020

Former Silicon Valley technologist and Microsoft research engineer, Yann Stadnicki, has been appointed Chief Data Officer (CDO) at iBanFirst. He will be responsible for Business Intelligence, Business Analytics and Data Engineering teams to leverage data, artificial intelligence and machine learning...

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iBanFirst accelerates its product innovation with the opening of its third R&D centre in Tunisia

22 July 2020

iBanFirst has chosen Tunisia as the home of its new research and development centre to accelerate its product innovation.

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Elaia and Bpifrance acquire stakes in iBanFirst in a €21 million third round of funding

11 June 2020

This Series C round brings the total venture capital funding in the payment fintech to €46 million since its founding in 2013.

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