We recently partnered with Aion Bank and Mastercard to power a new feature for Belgian fintech, Tricount.
Tricount allows users to log expenses and easily split bills with friends and relatives. The new service allows Tricount users to reimburse expenses in its app through direct bank transfer.
Tricount revolutionised expense management when it launched in 2010 and has grown to become popular with young people who ‘make a tricount’ whenever they need to split bills.
Today, Tricount sits at the crossroads of finance and social with more than seven million unique users on an annual basis. The new in-app payment functionality removes the final layer of friction in the expense management process and makes calculating and splitting bills quick and simple.
Tricount users can now send money in the app directly from their bank account, anytime and fully remotely without the need to share IBANs.
Listen to our recent webinar with Fintech & Finance News below.
Kim Van Esbroek from our BaaS partner, Aion Bank, Johnathon Fallon from Belgian fintech, Tricount, and Henri Dewaerheijd from Mastercard joined to talk about our partnership and how Open Banking and BaaS are enabling new fintech innovation.
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