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News and past events
In a move to boost the momentum of its growing commercial portfolio, payments provider Verrency has appointed experienced payments executive David Engel as its Commercial Director for Australia and New Zealand.
Australian global payments provider Verrency has been named a finalist for Leading Payments Start-Up at the UK Emerging Payments Awards 2018.
Australian global payments provider Verrency continues to grow its global footprint, appointing FinTech executive Aaron Oliver as Commercial Director for Asia and Middle East, based in Singapore.
Verrency announces appointment of Managing Director, Business Development Europe to lead its expansion
Australian global payments provider Verrency has announced its expansion into the UK and Europe with the appointment of senior financial services executive Peter Vestergaard Larsen as Managing Director, Business Development Europe.
As part of its global expansion strategy, Australian global payments provider Verrency has appointed well-regarded global payments industry executive Royal Cole to its Advisory Board.
Australian global payments innovation provider Verrency has signed a significant long-term deal with volt bank, Australia’s first independent 100% digital bank.
Australian global payments provider Verrency has been rewarded for its overseas expansion last night, winning FinTech Australia’s 2018 FINNIE Awards for Excellence in Establishing Market Presence: Global.
Australian global payments provider Verrency has signed ten strategic FinTech partners in just six weeks as it continues to gain global traction.
Verrency Founder & CEO David Link was featured in the June 2018 issue of Smart Investor Malaysia, sharing about Verrency’s vision in delivering payment innovation as the global fintech firm makes its foray into ASEAN.
Australian global payments provider Verrency has been named a finalist for the Top PayTech Innovation at the inaugural UK PayTech Awards 2018.
The award category recognises PayTech companies that have been genuinely innovative within the finance and payments industry.
Australian global payments provider Verrency has bolstered its Global Advisory Board, appointing FinTech executive Michael Walters.
Based in Melbourne, Michael has 30 years of international experience in FinTech with a focus on cards and payments, having worked with leading financial institutions, retailers, transport organisations, MNO’s, payment processors / schemes and governments globally.
Verrency CEO and Founder David Link has been named as a finalist for the Outstanding FinTech Leader of the Year at the 2018 FINNIE Awards.
Verrency itself, an Australian global payments provider, has also been named as a finalist in the Excellence in Establishing Market Presence: Global category.
Australian global payments provider Verrency has appointed seasoned finance executive Alan Sharfman as its Chief Financial Officer (CFO) effective immediately.
Verrency Founder & CEO David Link spoke with Sky News Business, Australia’s 24-hour cable and satellite business news channel, at the Money 20/20 Asia Conference 2018 about Verrency’s global expansion plan and its partnership with social payments charity platform, Goodworld.
Verrency Founder & CEO David Link speaks with BFM Radio, Malaysia’s business radio station, about helping banks and the financial sector to overcome disruption and challenges in the payments innovation space
Global payment industry executive and experienced entrepreneur Daniel Chatelain has joined the Advisory Board of Australian global payments provider Verrency.
Social media donation platform Goodworld partners with payments innovator Verrency to increase charitable giving worldwide by enabling consumers to donate while they spend
Social payments charity platform Goodworld and Australian payments innovator Verrency announced a partnership today to bring a charitable component to everyday financial transactions around the globe.
Global payments innovator Verrency accepted into another prestigious accelerator – Plug and Play Tech Center in Silicon Valley
Verrency, a global Australian payments platform and fintech marketplace, has been accepted into the latest fintech cohort of Silicon Valley-based technology accelerator Plug and Play Tech Center.
Verrency Founder & CEO David Link was featured in the February 2018 issue of Smart Investor Malaysia, discussing Verrency’s role in driving integration of new payment technologies into banks amidst the growing trend of cashless society.
Verrency CEO and Executive Chairman David Link is featured on the cover of CIO Advisor’s March 2018 issue, in which Verrency has been named one of the Top 10 APAC Payment Solutions Companies of 2018.
Read the full article here: https://www.cioadvisorapac.com/magazines/March2018/Payment/
Verrency emphasizes commitment to Fintech partners with new partnership arm and leadership appointments
Australian global payments platform Verrency has appointed two experienced entrepreneurs and venture capitalists to drive its partnership strategy to ensure fintech partners and financial institutions get the best value from the API platform.
Verrency CEO David Link recently spoke to The Edge Financial Daily about Verrency’s innovative services, expansion plans into ASEAN (including enabling ASEAN FinTechs) and why banks should embrace the change that is being enabled by the technologies underlying digital currencies.
Australian global payments provider Verrency has expanded its US team, appointing highly credentialed payments specialist Michael Kennedy to its advisory board. Kennedy’s appointment follows the announcement earlier this year of Joe Lynam as Managing Director in the US and Audrey Blackmon as Senior Vice-President of Business Development.
Verrency CEO David Link joined Juliette Saly and Doug Krizner on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia to discuss Verrency’s open API platform, its newly signed long-term partner agreement with UnionPay International and how Verrency’s services differ in a crowded fintech world.
Listen to the full interview here: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/audio/2018-01-22/providing-increased-payment-convenience-for-consumers
Global payments innovation provider Verrency has signed a long-term agreement with UnionPay International (UPI), a wholly owned subsidiary of China UnionPay, to offer Verrency’s innovative value-added services to UnionPay’s issuing banks across Asia. Verrency’s services will be delivered via the UPI Wallet, UnionPay’s innovative API service.
Australian global payments platform service Verrency has announced its expansion into the US and Canada, with the appointment of accomplished entrepreneur and executive Joe Lynam as Managing Director, Audrey Blackmon as Senior Vice-President of Business Development and Anand Choudhary as Head of US Client Implementation.
Global payment service innovation provider Verrency has started 2018 with a bang being nominated for the FinTech or InsurTech Startup of the Year award at the FStech Awards.
Verrency was involved in the Singapore Fintech Festival in collaboration with Visa as one of its Fintech Partners. Visa’s Stephen Breen and Verrency’s David Link discuss the capabilities of Verrency’s platform and how it can help Visa’s issuers enhance their offerings whilst driving more value from their existing infrastructure and relationship with Visa
British-based Iliad Solutions has signed a long-term agreement with global payments innovation provider Verrency for implementation of its highly innovative continuous testing software testing across all aspects of the Verrency service.
Payments platform Verrency has announced a $US 15 million Series A funding round in two tranches as it continues to expand internationally. The growth-stage fintech provides payments innovation-as-a-service that enables issuers to deliver the latest payment capabilities, fast and cost effectively, through their existing payments infrastructure. By giving consumers unprecedented flexibility and control over how they pay, Verrency’s cutting edge features ensure that their issuer’s brands are top of wallet and top of mind, driving revenue.
Melbourne – Payment service innovator Verrency has been shortlisted in two categories in the prestigious 2017 UK Payments Awards to be held in London later in the year. Overcoming competition from some of the biggest brands and ground-breaking start-ups on the global stage, Verrency has been named as a finalist for Payments Startup of the Year and Payments Infrastructure Award.
Verrency will operate its London operations out of the UK’s leading fintech hub Level39 at the heart of Canary Wharf in London after being accepted into the cohort.
Payment service innovator Verrency has been nominated for Emerging FinTech Organisation of the Year at Fintech Australia’s inaugural Finnie Awards 2017. The award category recognises FinTech organisations that have delivered transformative new financial services offerings through the innovative use of technology to its customers, and have been in operations for less than two years.
Australian global payment provider Verrency has appointed five luminaries from the payment sector to its Australian Advisory Board to help boost the company’s growth plan as it prepares for commercial launch in the Australian market.
Australia’s leading independent fintech accelerator Stone & Chalk welcomes Verrency as its latest resident member
Verrency is pleased to announce that it has been accepted into fintech accelerator Stone & Chalk in Sydney, Australia. As one of the top fintech innovation hubs globally, Stone & Chalk has created a formidable fintech community with 24 Australian and International corporate partners, over 90 start-ups – of which 13 of them are scaling globally – 325 residents and 32 graduating alumni.