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Flexigroup has announced its partnership with Mastercard to take bundll global. The strategic partnership aims to expand the application and distribution of what is known as the ‘world first BNPL everywhere platform’.
In its latest business update, fintech flexigroup (FXL) has announced a five-year partnership with payment giant Mastercard.
Fintech company flexigroup has raised an additional $36 million from shareholders, this time via the retail component of its recent entitlement offer.
flexigroup doesn’t anticipate merchant service fees charged by its buy now pay later service would be included in any government regulation
The NZ CEO of flexigroup NZ, which offers a buy now pay later service, doesn’t anticipate the NZ Labour Party’s plan to regulate merchant service fees charged to small business for accepting card payments, would apply to
flexigroup is raising $140 million in fresh equity, will rebrand as humm and is seeking to offload its commercial leasing operation as it continues a metamorphosis into a pure buy now, pay later player.
flexigroup chief executive Rebecca James says the company’s move to change its name to humm is more than a makeover of its branding, as it seeks to transform itself into a buy now, pay later
Fintech company flexigroup has released its full annual report for the 2020 financial year and announced a $140 million capital raise.
flexigroup has recorded sharp increases in customers and transactions across its businesses.
flexigroup’s buy now, pay later service humm has signed on dozens of new retailers and health providers, capping off a strong fourth quarter.
A diversified full-service payments company, FlexiGroup Limited onboarded a record number of merchants to both instore and online by June 2020 with new online merchants growing by 54% in 4Q20 as compared to 4Q19.
Flexigroup has released a new campaign initiative which is set to reward Kiwis who shop local.
A record number of e-commerce and instore integrations have led Flexigroup’s buy-now pay-later platform Humm to grow significantly during the fourth quarter.
Marketers and clients of the industry gathered last night in the Cordis to celebrate the New Zealand Direct Marketing (NZDM) Awards.