i2c teams up with the Bank of Missouri for digital banking

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i2c, a banking and payments solutions provider, has partnered with The Bank of Missouri (TBOM) to offer digital banking products and services to fintech companies in the US. The five-year partnership will allow TBOM to onboard fintech clients using i2c’s advanced platform, enabling them to offer digital-first financial solutions such as checking and savings accounts, loans, credit cards and reward programmes. The partnership aims to meet the growing demand for accessible and versatile digital banking offerings among fintechs.

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