Sogexia is delighted to announce the granting of its payment institution licence by the Minister of Finances of Luxembourg, combined with the capacity to provide its payment services within the 31 countries of the European Economic Area thanks to the European passport granted at the same time.
Luxembourg is a strong and central financial European place, with a stable legal framework and a regulator expert on payment services. We are proud to be authorised there and to be able to provide our customers with all the benefits of this jurisdiction.
Consequently, we have just migrated the +180,000 Sogexia customers from our former English banking partner to our own institution. This means, among other advantages, that our ability to serve our customers will no longer be threatened by Brexit.
Furthermore, thanks to our new licence, we will be able to create new products and features and will better manage the quality of our services. We thus plan to launch several new developments to both individuals and corporates within the next months:
After more than two years of intensive work, the receipt of this licence is very good news and above all a major turning point for Sogexia who now controls even more the value chain internally while remaining an independent company.
This evolution will enable us to boost customer acquisition, improve our services and expand internationally in order to establish Sogexia as the first European bank challenger.
We intend to seduce more than 20,000 new customers each month from the second quarter of 2020.
Kilian Füg, CEO
The account for everyone. Since 2010, the Sogexia group has been providing to both consumers and corporates payment solutions accessible in a few minutes, without conditions nor hidden fees and combined to innovative services: transactions in real-time, discounts at more than 800 partner merchants, budget management tool, unlimited transaction history, and much more.
Sogexia is a payment institution authorised and regulated by the Financial Sector Supervisory Commission of Luxembourg.