The National Bank of Ukraine has included fintech Paysera in the country’s Register of Payment Systems, according to The Paypers.
After technical preparation, the company will be able to offer faster transfers to and from Ukraine to private customers, transactions in hryvnias, euros, US dollars, and conversion of hryvnia and other currencies.
With the permission of the central bank, Paysera can now partner with local banks, i.e. open an account, perform system integration, make transfers etc. Currently, the company has already reached an agreement with Globus Bank and is negotiating for the opening of accounts in the largest banks – Privatbank, Oschadbank, and Ukrgasbank.
In Ukraine, the fintech company expects to attract customers who value their time and are eager to handle their daily financial affairs conveniently, with a smartphone or tablet. Even before accreditation, the company had about 25,000 Ukrainian customers, but until now has not been able to provide them with some services, such as transactions in hryvnia.
Paysera network companies have been granted e-money licences in Lithuania, Albania, and Kosovo, and seek licences in Estonia and Bulgaria. Network companies also operate in Latvia, Romania, Spain, and Ukraine.
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