Australian payments fintech goes global, with Melbourne-based Verrency

Verrency is one of Australia’s fastest-growing fintechs. The company provides specialist payments technologies to banks as an add-in service. This enables banks to quickly include value-added services into digital-payments, including carbon offsets, donations and personalised customer-engagement options.

In this case study, Verrency CEO, Jeroen van Son, explains his company’s journey from Australian startup to global payments platform.

For more details: https://www.austrade.gov.au/news/success-stories/australian-payments-fintech-goes-global-with-melbourne-based-verrency

Verrency Wins Award at 2021 Finnies

Global payments innovation company Verrency has won the Excellence in Establishing Market Presence: Global award at Fintech Australia’s 2021 Finnies Awards.

The annual awards recognise and reward the community by honouring innovation, growth and collaboration within fintech in Australia. The 2021 Finnie Awards winners were announced on 13 October June 2021 via a virtual event.

The full list of finalists can be found here: https://www.thefinnies.org.au/finnies-2021-finalists/

NETS and Verrency enter into a long-term agreement to deliver new consumer services for European card issuers – with carbon offset as a first consumer service to launch

Verrency, the global payments innovation platform, has entered into a long-term delivery agreement with Nets to deliver payments innovation and value-added consumer services to card issuers across Europe.  Nets will be providing a significantly expanded set of services focused on real-time innovation around the moment of payment to its issuing bank clients who can surprise and delight their end-customers with the newest in payments technology innovation.

Nets, a part of Nexi Group and one of Europe’s leading paytech companies, plan to use the Verrency services in a white label manner to deliver fast and exciting innovation to their European issuing bank clients.    Nets Climate Action Service is one of the first of the new Nets services to be powered by Verrency.

For more information: https://prn.to/3nzK3De

Verrency’s Annaliza Liddelow Selected in Top 25 Women Leaders in Fintech 2021

Verrency’s own Annaliza Liddelow (Global Head of Client Delivery) has been proudly selected in The Top 25 Women Leaders in Financial Technology of 2021. We are exceptionally proud of Annaliza’s accomplishments and this recognition is a clear testament to her leadership and deep domain knowledge in financial technology.

As the financial technology sector continues to evolve, thousands of women in leadership roles help propel their companies to more competitive positions. We extend our warmest congratulations to the other 24 exceptional female Fintech leaders and applaud their tremendous contributions to our industry by way of their innovative thinking, ability to inspire others and disciplined approach to operations. Please join us in recognising The Top 25 Women Leaders in Financial Technology of 2021

For more detail: https://thefinancialtechnologyreport.com/the-top-25-women-leaders-in-financial-technology-of-2021/

Verrency announces partnership with Visa, enabling Visa Issuers to allow their cardholders to create their own personalised value proposition

Singapore, 13 July 2021: Verrency, the global payments innovation platform, has joined the Visa Fintech Connect program to deliver new hyper-personalised consumer services to card issuers across APAC markets.  As a Visa Fintech Connect partner, Verrency will deliver innovative services that increase customer engagement around the moment of payment. The Visa Fintech Connect partnership follows Verrency’s recent Visa Ready certification and the recent recognition in the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific rankings where Verrency featured as the number #1 fastest growing technology company in Australia (and #15 in the Asia Pacific region).

For more information: https://bit.ly/3B5egOX

Verrency Named Finalist for Three Awards at Fintech Australia’s 2021 Finnie’s Awards

Global payments innovation company Verrency has been named a finalist in two categories at the prestigious Finnie Awards 2021 by Fintech Australia. The two categories are:

  • Fintech Organisation of the Year
  • Excellence in Payments (including Remittance/FX)
  • Excellence in Establishing Market Presence: Global

The annual awards recognise and reward the community by honouring innovation, growth and collaboration within fintech in Australia. The 2021 Finnie Awards winners will be announced on 9 June 2021 at The Forum, Melbourne.

The full list of finalists can be found here: https://www.thefinnies.org.au/finnies-2021-finalists/

Verrency Ranked Number 1 Fastest Growing Technology Company in Australia on the Deloitte Technology Fast 500™ Asia Pacific 2020 Ranking

Attributes its 2,752% Revenue Growth to its ability to solve a global banking infrastructure problem – how to deliver innovative consumer services without migrating off legacy platforms.

Melbourne, Australia, 21/04/2021 – Verrency today announced that it ranked Number 15 on the Deloitte Technology Fast 500™ Asia Pacific 2020, a ranking of the 500 fastest growing technology companies in Asia Pacific. Rankings are based on percentage revenue growth over three years. Verrency grew 2,752% percent during this period.  Verrency was the highest-ranking Australian company on the index.

PR Newswire: https://bit.ly/32CxB9R
Full Deloitte Fast 500 APAC Report: https://bit.ly/3a8Fw2X

Verrency Ranked #15 in Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific

Global payments innovation company Verrency has been ranked #15 on Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific. Verrency led a 102-strong list of Australian technology companies recognised, placing Australia second behind China in terms of the number of companies making the top 500. This is the highest number of Australian companies ever seen in the program’s 19 year history.

The Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific ranks the fastest growing Asia Pacific companies in the hardware, software, communications, media, life sciences and clean technology industries. Awardees are selected for the Technology Fast 500 ranking based on their percentage of fiscal year revenue growth over three years.

For more details: https://bit.ly/3a8Fw2X