Buckzy Payments Inc, a global real-time cross-border payments network based in Canada, recently announced it is extending its European operations with the launch of a new office in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, this summer.
Buckzy is also pursuing an EMI licence, which will allow any Buckzy Payment Network participant anywhere in the world to use virtual account services and real-time payments across the Single Euro Payment Area (SEPA), which includes 36 European countries and territories, including the 27 EU member states, the United Kingdom, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Monaco, San Marino, Andorra, and the Vatican City State.
Commenting on the news, Buckzy President and CEO, Abdul Naushad said, “We’re excited to expand Buckzy’s presence and operations in Europe with our new office in Amsterdam, one of the world’s oldest and most respected banking and finance hubs.
“The new office is a clear statement of our commitment to establish Buckzy as the leading global payments network that banks, financial institutions, neobanks and fintech start-ups across the globe connect to for their real-time cross-border transactions needs.”
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