News & media mentions
Stay up to date with the latest TrueLayer news, and developments in the payments and open banking space.
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NatWest ‘first UK bank’ to launch VRP as payment option
NatWest Group is introducing Variable Recurring Payments (VRP) as a payment option for businesses and consumers, after signing deals with TrueLayer.
Top 100 Women in Fintech: Mariko Beising
Mariko Beising, Head of Payment Partnerships at TrueLayer named in the 'Top 100 Women in Fintech' award by Fintech Magazine.
TrueLayer’s Spanish expansion continues appointing Pablo Ruano as Country Manager
Madrid-based Pablo will oversee commercial strategy in the country, alongside TrueLayer’s recently appointed VP of EU Sales, David Exposito.
NextGen Nordics: P27 provides updated timeline
Paiak Vaid, Head of global partnerships at TrueLayer, joined the panel to discuss 'P27 – establishing a single pan-Nordic payment infrastructure'.
TrueLayer launches European payments combining instant deposits, refunds and withdrawals
Businesses in France, Ireland, Germany, Lithuania, Netherlands and Spain can accept account-to-account payments, and send instant withdrawals and refunds.
CMA unveils recommendations for future of Open Banking
UK Public Policy lead, Bee Thakur, comments on the CMA announcement regarding the future of the OBIE and Open Banking regime in the UK.
612. News: SCA finally in effect, Lunar raises $77M and HSBC joins the metaverse
Roger De'Ath joins 11:FS Fintech Insider podcast to discuss the weeks' news including the introduction of SCA for card payments in the UK
TrueLayer appoints David Exposito as VP of EU Sales
Former Amazon executive David Exposito has joined the firm in the newly created role of VP of EU Sales.
FStech awards 2022 winners revealed
TrueLayer and ClearBank win 'Open Banking Product or Service of the Year' at the 2022 FStech awards
Data: New payment regulation could cost unprepared retailers £3.65m a day
As SCA for cards comes into force in the UK what does it mean for merchant payments? Roger De'Ath comments on the deadline in Retail Week.