Organisations are under a microscope in recent times to disclose sustainability aims and make clear net-zero carbon targets, and financial institutions are increasingly being included in these discussions.
Greenpenny chose Jack Henry to increase automation and boost efficiencies, enabling employees to spend more time with customers, delivering a high-touch, personalized experience using digital channels.
Last year, Banco Santander announced that by 2025, all debit and credit cards in the UK, Spain, Portugal and Poland will be made from sustainable materials.
Complicated problems, on the other hand, such as “How will my institution need to evolve in the face of fintech?” can be solved using existing methods and approaches.
Bitgreen will deliver community leaders, NGOs, asset managers, ESG offices, and sustainability groups the tools necessary to scale impact projects and access new communities.
It offers a zero-fee account, instant loans, free money transfers, savings and investment options, and payments like airtime and bills.