Unifimoney, integration of the Q2 banking platform

On Wednesday January 5, the digital wealth management platform Unifimoney debuted in the Q2 Innovation Studio by making its trading platform pre-activated for more than 450 financial institutions (FIs) on the platform. -second quarter digital banking form.

FIs can now give their clients single access to the Unifimoney platform, which includes thousands of stocks and ETFs, over 50 cryptocurrencies and precious metals, including gold, silver and gold. platinum.

“Banks and credit unions are looking for ways to attract and retain a new generation of customers,” Ben Soppitt, CEO of Unifimoney, said in the company’s announcement. “As consumers embrace digital investing and money management, regional banks and credit unions need to look not only to keep up with fintechs and ‘big name’ banks, but also to compete with them.

“We are excited to be a part of this future and to have our digital wealth management solution integrated into the Q2 platform,” he said.

FIs and Q2 FinTech Partners can use the Q2 Innovation Studio suite of technologies and programs to design, develop and distribute digital banking products, services and functionality. The Q2 Marketplace and Partner Accelerator programs allow FIs to select and deploy pre-integrated applications without investing in development and implementation resources or an evaluation process.

Related: Unifimoney partners with Nium for real-time global transfers

In October 2020, Unifimoney partnered with Singaporean start-up FinTech Nium for real-time money transfers across the world, providing Unifimoney customers with an improved and extended real-time money transfer experience. .

Nium’s global transfer capabilities provide Unifimoney customers with a secure and automated solution to manage their savings, investments and expenses through the Silicon Valley-based neobank platform. Money can be sent to major hubs in Europe and Asia using the app, and the exchange rate is lower than banks.

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