• Dec. 9, 2016, 7:35 am

Canadian money transfer platform accepted into fin-tech cluster

A money transfer platform enabling its users to transfer funds via mobile, tablet or desktop has been accepted into the MaRS Discovery District Financial Technology Cluster.

nTrust is a mobile money transfer platform which enables its users to instantly access and transfer money, make mobile payments or load funds onto prepaid cards.

MaRS links fin-tech startups with venture capitalists and the financial sector.

nTrust President Rod Hsu

nTrust President Rod Hsu

nTrust President Rod Hsu looks forward to the partnership opportunities MaRS will provide.

“As the use of money rapidly changes, fin-tech innovation and development is paramount. Specialization across the industry and partnerships among both fin-tech innovators and with traditional financial services are essential to close the gap between the incumbent system and changing consumer demand and preferences. Integration in the MaRS FinTech Cluster will allow us to partner with like-minded stakeholders and innovators to propel financial innovation and continue to evolve the use of money.”

A MaRS representative has high hopes for nTrust.

“We’re pleased to see Vancouver startup nTrust join MaRS’ portfolio of high potential startups,” Adam Nanjee said. “This further demonstrates the pedigree of companies in Canada’s FinTech ecosystem.”

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