Global newsletter: Citizens partners with Wisetack to extend BNPL power

The following is an excerpt from today’s Global Newsletter.

Another day, another major fintech partnership involving BNPL.

This time it was Citizens Financial Group announcing it is working with Wisetack to offer a B2B2C service.

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As a super-regional bank, Citizens has been at the forefront of fintech for some time, as deals with Apple, Best Buy, and Microsoft had them heavy in the consumer space. With the latest move, they’ve ramped up small business BNPL loans in a major way.

For Wisetack, this is their first partnership with a large bank.

Let’s call this an early feel-good Friday win-win story.

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