London, United Kingdom, 21st Jun 2023 – Digital payment platform Silverbird announces new strategic partnerships to further accelerate financial inclusion for SMEs trading internationally.
Driven by the mission to expand the freedom of trade previously limited by traditional banking, Silverbird provides small businesses with multi-currency accounts that allow them to hold, send, and receive payments in more than 30 currencies and without any transfer limits.
Recently, Silverbird has embarked on strategic collaborations with Tuum, a modular core banking platform, and Nium, a real-time payment platform. These partnerships open doors to cutting-edge technology and untapped markets, empowering Silverbird to provide banking services to a wider range of SMEs, transform the SME banking landscape, and liberate cross-border trade.
The company’s founder and CEO, Max Faldin, envisions Silverbird as “a means of utilizing the power of technology to bridge the banking gap of millions of underbanked global SMEs.”
“Tuum helps us with core banking. They have the most flexible, the most modular core banking on the market as far as we can tell. We need this modularity to build what we call Payments Hub – a flexible solution to support our SMEs with multiple banking providers,” Faldin says.
“Nium can provide us with a lot of corridors, especially in Southeast Asia, where most of our customers come from, especially when it comes to the corridors between Southeast Asia and Europe, as well as Southeast Asia and the US. These are the major, the key corridors for international trade,” he continues.
About the Company
Silverbird is a modern international payment platform that provides SMEs with a smooth and entirely digital onboarding experience, eliminating the requirement for face-to-face interviews or visits to a physical branch. All essential documentation is managed electronically, relieving entrepreneurs from the unnecessary inconvenience of traveling outside their home country to open a bank account. This allows small businesses to effectively oversee their finances from any location.
With transactions rapidly executed within seconds, Silverbird’s banking services span across 200 countries. The company exclusively focuses on working with exporters and importers, which enables Silverbird to deliver exceptional service, effectively filling the gap left by traditional banks.
Silverbird’s founder and CEO Max Faldin is a Stanford MBA with decades of experience in fintech and e-commerce as a serial entrepreneur, a mentor, and an advisor. By leveraging his profound experience and strategic partnerships, he has built Silverbird into a transformative digital banking platform that reimagines banking for SMEs while operating with transparency and integrity.
For further information, visit: https://silverbird.com/
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Company Name: Silverbird
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