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In today’s era of financial evolution, the line between traditional financial institutions and innovative fintech platforms is blurring. It’s a time when traditional powerhouses and modern disruptors come together, united by a shared vision of a digitally connected, inclusive, and efficient financial ecosystem. A recent embodiment of this vision is the partnership between Fideum and Mastercard.
The Lighthouse FINITIV program, initiated by Mastercard in 2018, acts as a beacon for innovation in the Nordic and Baltic fintech sectors. Over its tenure, the program has backed more than 150 fintechs and fintech enablers, bridging the gap between traditional banking and new-age financial technologies. The core essence of Lighthouse is to foster collaborations, with the aim of bringing cutting-edge, secure, and innovative payment solutions to diverse stakeholders – from everyday consumers to multinational businesses.
“The financial technology industry is undergoing a transformational shift … It is through platforms such as Lighthouse that we can create a more inclusive, connected, and sustainable financial ecosystem.”
For Fideum, joining hands with Mastercard through the Lighthouse program isn’t merely about brand association. It’s an alignment of core values, a recognition from a financial titan, and an opportunity to redefine the spectrum of financial services.
As we chart this new territory alongside Mastercard, it’s evident that our alliance is more than a mere collaboration. It’s a harmonious blend of pioneering spirit and time-tested expertise. Together, Fideum and Mastercard set forth with a shared determination, aiming to reshape the financial landscape, ensuring every stakeholder benefits from our collective innovations and strengths. Join us in this transformative journey; the future is promising.