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Gee Finance Forms Partnership With Enfuce to Issue Freelancer Debit Cards

Swedish fintech Gee Finance has selected Enfuce as its card-issuing partner. This partnership enables Gee Finance to issue Visa debit cards for freelancers, social media influencers and other gig workers.

A shared vision of enabling payments and international aspirations are the primary reason behind Gee Finance’s partnership with Enfuce.

Gee Finance provides financial services for gig workers, including loans, invoice factoring (advance salary withdrawal), express cash, credit, security deposits, pension, and insurance; whilst also covering personal finance management services, including spending, savings, loans, and mortgages.

Enfuce will allocate Gee Finance with a turnkey solution, including a card-issuing license and a connection to Visa’s card scheme. Enfuce provides the View PIN and View PAN functionalities of the debit card, fraud and dispute management, and APIs for digital wallets.

Gee Finance is forecast to launch its own debit card by the beginning of 2022, providing customers with instant access to their salaries. The card product will be initially piloted in Sweden, before expanding into other markets globally.

Monika Liikamaa, CEO and Co-Founder, Enfuce
Monika Liikamaa, CEO and Co-Founder, Enfuce

“It’s a pleasure to work with an ambitious company like Gee Finance who enables new business and payments for gig workers. They’ll certainly achieve big things globally with their unique financial solution”, says Monika Liikamaa, CEO and Co-Founder at Enfuce.

“It has been like coming into the arms of a family working with Enfuce”, added Claes Persson, CEO at Gee Finance. “From day one, we’ve been totally embraced by Monika and her very knowledgeable team, having taken us through this journey towards our launch with great patience and expertise.”

Author

  • Tyler is a Fintech Junior Journalist with specific interests in Online Banking and emerging AI technologies. He began his career writing with a plethora of national and international publications.

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