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Collection Pot announces Partnership with CashFlows

18th July 2019 - Collection Pot announces CashFlows will be its acquiring and payment processor of choice

One week on - reflections of Money2020

Wow, what a week and what an event Money 20/20 is turning into. Bigger than last year and so many new companies exhibiting  

What should you ask when choosing a BIN sponsor?

To get the most out of a discussion with a potential issuing BIN sponsor, make sure you can articulate the payments needs and challenges of your business

Marqeta and CashFlows form European partnership

4th June 2019 - Marqeta announces a new partnership with CashFlows, who will provide BIN Sponsorship services for its rapidly growing roster of European fintech customers

Faster settlement for card payments

CashFlows now offers same-day settlement, giving you quicker access to working capital

New Appointment: Gaynor Mallard

30th May 2019 - CashFlows are excited to welcome Gaynor Mallard as Senior Business Development Manager

ATM outsourcing - a smart way for high street banks to save money

FinTech’s digital revolution is shaping consumer spending habits and placing huge pressure on our high street banks to reduce overheads

From vanishing branches to shrinking workforces, the drive to cut costs has had a major impact on how these vital financial institutions operate.

Increasingly, banking chiefs are looking at new ways of managing their cash machine assets and the benefits they offer in controlling spending and developing revenue.

Across Europe, banks are either outsourcing...

Want to talk BIN Sponsorship? Meet us at Money 2020

If you want to know more about our BIN Sponsorship offering, and how it could help your issuing or ATM needs, book a meeting with one of the team

Contact us here to book a meeting.

How to secure more revenue from existing customers

Keeping the right customers is valuable. Cutting costs while you do so is even better. This is where regular or recurring card payments come in

Acquiring a new customer can be anywhere between five and 25 times more expensive than retaining an existing one, depending on which study you believe and what industry you’re in[1]. So, maximising customer retention and minimising attrition and churn is essential.

Card payments are strong in this regard. Regular or recurring payments on debit or...