Deloitte nominates iBanFirst for its Technology Fast 50 for a third consecutive year
Nov12

Deloitte nominates iBanFirst for its Technology Fast 50 for a third consecutive year

Today iBanFirst, a global financial services provider delivering solutions across banking borders, announces that it has been nominated for Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50. Testament to iBanFirst’s hyper-growth strategy, the company has been shortlisted among Europe’s 50 fastest growing technology companies, which has also earned them a place in the Top 500 businesses for EMEA. The nomination is in recognition of iBanFirst’s 562% growth...

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Beyond the hype: Growing your business with AI
Oct12

Beyond the hype: Growing your business with AI

By Yann Stadnicki, Chief Data Officer, iBanFirst An underutilised innovation According to a survey by the World Economic Forum on the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the Financial Services industry, 77% of business leaders expect that AI will become an essential part of their business within the next two years. However, a large proportion of businesses are still underutilising AI services. This is mainly due to industry ‘hype’...

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iBanFirst appoints former Groupon director as Chief Revenue Officer
Oct06

iBanFirst appoints former Groupon director as Chief Revenue Officer

Global financial services provider iBanFirst, delivering solutions across banking borders, announces the appointment of former Groupon Sales Operations Director and M&A banking specialist, Grégoire Andrieu-Guitrancourt, as its Chief Revenue Officer (CRO). The appointment is part of iBanFirst’s international expansion strategy, as the company unites its European focus and global ambitions to become one of the world’s leading...

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Collaboration is key to survival for banks and financial institutions
Sep17

Collaboration is key to survival for banks and financial institutions

By Pierre-Antoine Dusoulier, CEO and Founder, iBanFirst The payments market opportunity With the unexpected nature of COVID-19 many businesses are still fighting to stay afloat. On a global basis, CFOs are embarking on a mass cost reduction exercise, reassessing their overheads due to a significant decline in sales, cashflow and supply chain disruption. Many SMEs are among the hardest hit. According to a recent COVID-19 survey of UK...

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iBanFirst hires former Silicon Valley technologist as Chief Data Officer
Aug25

iBanFirst hires former Silicon Valley technologist as Chief Data Officer

Global financial services provider iBanFirst, delivering solutions across banking borders, announces the appointment of Yann Stadnicki as Chief Data Officer (CDO). He will be responsible for managing iBanFirst’s Business Intelligence, Business Analytics and Data Engineering teams, which will leverage data, artificial intelligence and machine learning across all company workstreams responsible for its client portfolio – such as sales,...

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Banks must adapt to survive: harnessing the payments ecosystem
Aug18

Banks must adapt to survive: harnessing the payments ecosystem

By Pierre-Antoine Dusoulier, CEO and Founder, iBanFirst How the pandemic has reshaped traditional banking The COVID-19 crisis caught traditional banks off guard. Up until recently, they existed to serve the needs of a clientele built over decades, using traditional ways of working and a combination of paper and digital processes. If a customer needed to facilitate a payment with a bank they had choices from in-branch support and...

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iBanFirst accelerates its product innovation with the opening of a R&D centre in Tunisia
Jul22

iBanFirst accelerates its product innovation with the opening of a R&D centre in Tunisia

iBanFirst, a global financial services provider, has chosen Tunisia as the home of its new research and development centre to accelerate its product innovation. The new facility is iBanFirst’s third R&D centre globally, with the other two in Paris and Dijon. The office opening is accompanied by a recruitment plan in France and Tunisia of 45 additional hires in 2020. Tunisia has been chosen as part of iBanFirst’s product strategy,...

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iBanFirst raises 21 million Euros during COVID-19 lockdown as a response to the new ‘normal’
Jun11

iBanFirst raises 21 million Euros during COVID-19 lockdown as a response to the new ‘normal’

Global financial services provider iBanFirst, delivering solutions across banking borders, has announced that it will continue to expand with the help of venture capital funds Elaia and Bpifrance, through its Large Venture fund. The pair join the ranks alongside French venture capitalist Xavier Niel, as well as firms Serena and Breega, which first invested in the fintech in October 2016 and October 2018 respectively. Despite the...

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