Visa and Minsait Payments join forces to promote fintech in Latin America and the Caribbean

Visa has announced an alliance with Minsait’s payment methods subsidiary, Minsait Payments, aimed at accelerating the connectivity of fintechs in Latin America and the Caribbean, thereby accelerating their business growth and geographic expansion.

with platform Minsait PaymentsA wider universe of fintech and startups will be able to connect to Visa products more easily and in record time, allowing them to grow faster and accelerate time-to-market for adopting key payment solutions.

As part of this alliance, companies will lay the groundwork for access to cutting-edge digital solutions that make payments faster, safer and smarter. Fintechs of Visa’s most in-demand payment technologies today, including Visa Token Service (VTS), Visa Direct—Visa’s real-time payment solution—, 3D Secure 2.0, real-time risk scoring system, and more will focus on accelerating its adoption by more.

“At Visa we are always looking for partners that will enable us to accelerate the digital transformation of payments. Minsait Payments’ extensive presence in the region and leading processing capabilities make it the ideal partner to help us drive more accessible and innovative commerce. Visa for Latin America and the Caribbean This enables him to reach a wide range of financial initiatives,” said Leonardo Collado, Vice President of Platforms and Digital Products.

In addition to investing and collaborating with fintechs on a regional and global scale, Visa’s Fintech FastTrack program provides fintechs with a simple toolset to quickly and easily bring their products to life.

The company also offers Visa Fintech Partner Connect, its program aimed at designing and driving innovation and sharing ideas with fintechs and technology startups to accelerate the development and implementation of digital payment solutions.

“We are proud to partner with Visa to help accelerate the digital payment processing capabilities of fintechs in Latin America and the Caribbean, thereby providing a truly digital experience for the entire ecosystem. Our experience and leadership in new payment models is driven by both companies’ Minsait Payments Global Business “It’s a transformative impact on the way money moves,” said Rafael Carrascoso, Director of Development.

Source: Lare Publica

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