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Fintechs Canada welcomes Cashflow.io as its newest member

Fintechs Canada is thrilled to announce that Cashflow.io has joined the association.

“Cashflow.io is trying to solve a big problem — late payments, which hurt cash flow and do disproportionate damage to smaller businesses in Canada,” says Laurence Cooke, chairman of the board of Fintechs Canada. “Stepping up where our financial system is letting businesses down is what Fintechs Canada is all about, so we’re proud to welcome Cashflow.io as our newest member.”

With new payments regulation on the way, and progress being made on access to payment systems and third-party payments initiation slowly but surely, the time is now for fintechs in payments to make their voices heard.

“It is critical to Cashflow.io’s future that management stays on top of current payment technology and government regulation issues,” said Shawn Painter, president and co-founder of Cashflow.io. “Joining Fintechs Canada allows us to stay connected to the ever changing digital payments landscape.”

 

About Cashflow.io

Cashflow.io is a Montreal-based fintech that offers a SaaS focused on boosting business cash flow by streamlining customer orders, preventing late payments and offering access to quick operating cash advances to deliver goods and services.

About Fintechs Canada

Established in May 2019 as a not-for-profit member association, Fintechs Canada is the harmonized voice for technology companies that hold and move money operating in Canada. Our membership is growing and diverse, inclusive of consumer-facing financial technology companies, business-to-business payment processors, payment network operators, and financial institutions, among others.

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