Financial technology provider DgPays agrees to receive investment from Goldman Sachs and EBRD Author Reuters



ISTANBUL, March 22 (Reuters) – Financial technology provider DgPays reached an agreement to receive investments from Goldman Sachs and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD).

Description of the investment made on the issue did not take place but the information held in the area ever fintech said investment in Turkey is one of the most important international investment it said.

The investment tour will be completed after obtaining approvals from the necessary authorities.

According to information contained in the statement, dgpays the leading financial technology provider in the field of Turkey; In addition to traditional payment technologies such as ATM, POS, prepaid card, debit card management software and services, digital platforms, electronic wallet, payment gateway infrastructures, mobile payment technologies, NFC, QR, new generation POS and payment accepting technologies and payment system meets their needs from end to end.

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