Founded in 2019, the fintech start-up Joompay is gaining popularity in France, Spain and Germany
Cooperation with the payments bank Banking Circle completes user payment experience
27th September 2022, Luxembourg – Joompay, a pan-European fintech start-up, celebrates the milestone of 250,000 accounts. Users can open an account online in a manner of minutes, get a Visa payment card and immediately start saving on their purchases with select merchants, such as Joom Marketplace.
Joompay sees that among all European countries the greatest demand for its payment solutions is among customers in France, Spain and Germany.
As a next important milestone, Joompay has established a relationship with Banking Circle, a next generation payments bank built for the modern economy. Banking Circle is providing Joompay with access to local payment solutions for its merchant customers, delivered through Banking Circle APIs for more efficient and cost-effective payments that are fit for purpose in the digital economy.
Ilya Shirokov, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Joompay, said: “Our goal is to build a banking service that seamlessly covers 100% of the daily needs of our customers. In order to grow our business and user base, we find it logical to offer Joompay customers instant bank transfers for all European banks. We can do this thanks to the industry-leading APIs of Banking Circle, and we are very pleased to announce our cooperation.”
Jussi Lindberg, Chief Commercial Officer of Banking Circle added: “It is tremendously exciting to see how Joompay has built its user base so quickly, and Banking Circle is delighted to now be part of the fintech’s future plans. Working with Banking Circle allows Joompay to offer local payments through our modern simple API integration. Removing intermediaries simplifies and streamlines the payment process, bringing down the costs and time often incurred with traditional banks.”