Australian global payments provider Verrency has been named a finalist for Leading Payments Start-Up at the UK Emerging Payments Awards 2018.

The nomination came on the back of Verrency’s recent expansion into the UK and Europe with the appointment of senior financial services executive Peter Vestergaard Larsen as Managing Director, Business Development Europe.

Verrency Founder and CEO David Link said, “It is encouraging to see Verrency continue to receive industry recognition as a Leading Payments Start-Up nominee at this year’s UK Emerging Payments Awards. The nomination further reinforces our commitment to delivering innovation to the payment industry in the UK and beyond.”

Founded in 2016 by experienced payments and banking innovator David Link and banking technologist Euan Walker, Verrency delivers a Payments Innovation Platform that allows financial institutions to deliver new and innovative value-added services to their customers without needing to replace or heavily modify their existing cards payment infrastructure
The Emerging Payments Awards celebrate innovation, collaboration and emerging payments by recognising companies that have made significant advances in the payments industry.

Winners will be announced at a gala dinner on 10 October in London.

About Verrency
Verrency was established to put card issuers/ financial institutions back at the centre of the innovation. Verrency’s payments innovation platform helps issuers to acquire and retain customers and increase card spend whilst increasing security, control and connectability. Verrency works behind the scenes to enable an ever-increasing range of value added services for an issuer’s customers quickly and easily without major changes to existing payments infrastructure or the need to integrate to point-of-sale systems. Verrency also enables rapid connection to third-party fintech services via its FinTech marketplace with no

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