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2021

  • 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/

  • Verrency appoints Jeroen van Son as new global CEO

    Verrency is pleased to announce the promotion of Jeroen van Son to the role of Chief Executive Officer. Jeroen has served as Verrency’s Chief Commercial Officer for the past two years and has over 26 years of global experience in high growth financial technology businesses.

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

  • 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

  • Verrency at 7th Annual Fintech Summit

    Verrency’s Founder & CEO David Link was on the panel speaking about Building and Scaling a Fintech for Enterprise. Thanks to Glen Frost, AWS, panel host Dave Engel and Josh Foreman (Indebted) and Shahirah Gardner (Finch) for a great discussion.

    You can view the discussion here: https://bit.ly/2PulyIu

2020

  • Verrency Highly Commended at 2020 Banking Tech Awards

    Global payments innovation company Verrency has been highly commended at the international 2020 Banking Tech Awards for Best Fintech Partnership.

    Now in their 21st year, the Banking Technology Awards recognise excellence and innovation in the use of IT in financial services worldwide, and the people who make it happen. Winners were announced in a virtual event on 10 December 2020.

    For the full list of winners and highly commended here: https://informaconnect.com/banking-tech-awards/winners-highly-commended/

  • Verrency Named Finalist in Australia’s Fintech Awards 2020

    Global payments innovation company Verrency has been named a finalist for Australia’s Fintech Awards 2020 for Best Fintech Payments Provider.

    The 5th Annual Australian FinTech Awards celebrate the achievements of the dynamic people and businesses comprising the fintech sector. These Awards seek to recognise success in the FinTech sector in its many forms. Winners will be announced on an online broadcast on 19 November 2020

  • eftpos Partners with Verrency to launch public API program for Australian loyalty & rewards providers

    Australia’s national debit scheme eftpos today announced the first offering to be launched under the new eftpos public API program, in partnership with Australian fintech Verrency, going live with a card-linked offers loyalty solution that provides meaningful value for millions of eftpos enabled cardholders.

    The Verrency solution enables loyalty program providers to give cardholders rewards and discounts for making eftpos transactions on around 51 million Australian eftpos-enabled proprietary, multi-network debit and multi-network credit cards at participating merchants.

    For more details: https://www.eftposaustralia.com.au/2020/10/30/new-eftpos-api-program-goes-live-with-verrency-enabled-loyalty-offering/

  • Verrency Shortlisted for 2020 Banking Tech Awards

    Global payments innovation company Verrency has been named a finalist for the international 2020 Banking Tech Awards for Best Fintech Partnership.

    Now in their 21st year, the Banking Technology Awards recognise excellence and innovation in the use of IT in financial services worldwide, and the people who make it happen. Winners will be announced on an online broadcast on 10 December 2020

  • (PoV) Leveraging Card Personalisation Capabilities to Decrease Customer Attrition

    Retaining customers is more critical than ever. In our latest thought leadership, we explore how banks can combine data with a flexible product platform to target their customers who are most vulnerable to switching their banking relationship – and to get them to stay.

  • Verrency Named Finalist for Two Awards at Fintech Australia’s 2020 Finnie’s Awards

    Global payments innovation company Verrency has been named a finalist in two categories at the prestigious Finnie Awards 2020 by Fintech Australia. The two categories are:

    • 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 2020 Finnie Awards winners will be announced on Wednesday, 28 October 2020.

  • (PoV) Engaging customers in a meaningful way drives loyalty

    The acceleration towards electronic payments globally means its more important than ever for banks to have personalizable and actionable services at the moment of payment. In our latest thought leadership, we look at some of the experiences that can be delivered when you combine a flexible product platform with payments data

  • (PoV) How to Enable Hyper-Personalization When Onboarding a Bank Customer

    Delivering a fully personalised card experience starts with onboarding. In our latest PoV, we look at 4 approaches on enabling consumers to attach the services and benefits to their card that matches their lifestyle

  • (PoV) Personalising payment products without breaking (or changing) the bank

    Enabling consumers to personalise all aspects of their card was once seen as near impossible due to the cost and time needed to overhaul legacy infrastructure. In our latest PoV, we look at how today’s technology, like Verrency, can bring personalisation to life leveraging existing platforms within the Bank

  • (PoV) Driving value from ongoing, continuous card product personalization

    Continuous personalization is the new benchmark in meeting consumer expectations. Banking is no exception. In our latest PoV, we explore what continuous personalization looks like across 3 key phases of the consumer card lifecycle

2019

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2017

  • Interview: Visa and Verrency Discuss Platform and Partnership

    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

  • Iliad Solutions & Verrency Sign Long-Term Agreement

    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.

  • Verrency Named Finalist In UK Payments Awards 2017

    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.

  • UK’s leading fintech hub Level39 welcomes Verrency as its new resident

    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.

  • Verrency Named Finalist In Fintech Australia’s Finnie Awards 2017

    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.

2016

  • Verrency Appoints Australian Advisory Board Members

    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.

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