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NymCard Breaks New Grounds in the Banking-as-a-Service Sector Closing $22.5m in Funding

NymCard Breaks New Grounds in the Banking-as-a-Service Sector Closing $22.5m in Funding | Fintech Finance

MENA-based Banking as-a-Service (BaaS) provider and card issuer has raised $22.5M in its latest Funding round. This will help it enable MENA-based FinTechs with the infrastructure required from BIN Sponsorship, Card Issuing, Program Management, Compliance, FX, and Treasury, leverage its over 150+ modern and open APIs on a platform that was developed from the ground up; giving its clients unprecedented agility and speed!

This round takes NymCard‘s total Funding to over $35M.

This Venture round was led by DisruptAD – ADQ’s venture platform, Reciprocal Ventures, and Shorooq Partners with participation from Chimera, DFDF, Knollwood, Endeavor Catalyst, OTF Jasoor Ventures, in addition to previous and other investors.

With a presence in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Riyadh, Cairo, and Karachi, NymCard intends to use these funds to further grow its teams and strengthen its service in core markets, forming all the right local partnerships and setups.

“At Reciprocal, we back founders who are charting new paths for our financial system, and we’re thrilled to support Nymcard, a foundational fintech company focused on the Middle East and Africa regions. NymCard’s modern payment infrastructure will enable a cycle of innovation in these burgeoning tech markets in the coming decade,” said Josh Kuzon, Partner at Reciprocal Ventures. “We feel that next-generation FinTech solutions will continue to replace legacy technology, and the experienced leadership at NymCard recognized this early on, and we’re excited to work with Omar and the team at NymCard as they enable the future of finance in the MENA region.”

Founded in 2018 by technology entrepreneur Omar Onsi, NymCard’s Platform enables FinTechs to plug and play ready finance into their applications through modern APIs. This enables their clients to focus on building their product proposition rather than deal with complex payment rails. NymCard currently supports some of the region’s most innovative financial institutions with emerging use cases, including gig economy, multi-currency, money transfers, corporate expense cards, on-demand delivery services, Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) offerings, and youth banking applications in addition to many more.

Omar Onsi, CEO and Founder of NymCard, commenting on the investment, said, “This is only the beginning of NymCard’s journey and a sign that we are solving major pain points for FinTechs in this region. As we move towards a $7 Trillion embedded finance market, we aim to evolve and enhance our offering to transform the payments industry and serve our client’s needs in the region.”


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