Trustly Expands into Australia and Canada
Expansion into Australia marks Trustly's first step into the Asia-Pacific region, while Canada bolsters its North American market coverage. Together, these two countries represent a momentous move in Trustly's plan to develop a global Online Banking Payments network, adding to Trustly's existing coverage in Europe and the U.S.
Oscar Berglund, CEO of Trustly, says: "Expansion into both Australia and Canada is a major milestone in our ambitions to build a global Online Banking Payments network. They are both large markets with great potential and we already see high demand from merchants that are looking for Open Banking solutions and a compelling alternative to card payments."
Founded in 2008, Trustly is a global leader in Online Banking Payments. Our digital account-to-account platform redefines the speed, simplicity, and security of payments, linking some of the world’s most prominent merchants with consumers directly from their online banking accounts. Trustly can handle the entire payment journey, setting us apart from the competition and enabling us to offer an attractive alternative to the traditional card networks at a lower cost. Today we serve 8,100 merchants, connecting them with 525 million consumers and 6,300 banks in over 30 countries; and in 2020 we processed over $21 billion in transaction volume in our global network.
Trustly has more than 500 employees across Europe, North America, and Latin America. We are a licensed Payment Institution under the second payment services directive (PSD2) and operate under the supervision of the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority in Europe. In the US, we are state-regulated as required to serve our target markets. Read more at www.trustly.com
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