Posted May 10, 2021
Fortú, a new Miami-based neobank targeting the Latinx community, has selected payments processing services from Galileo Financial Technologies.
Fortú has raised $5 million in stealth mode
The challenger says it’s focused on building culturally contextual financial services. It aims to meet “the unique banking needs of Latinos and Hispanics in the US.”
Doca says Latinos in the US are more likely to live in multigenerational and multilingual households. He adds a “significant percentage” need to send cross-border remittances, which creates an “over-reliance” on non-bank services.
“Latinos have unique challenges in managing finances, which is why we chose the flexibility of Galileo to build Fortú from the ground up.”
Galileo CEO Clay Wilkes says Fortú “has set itself apart from other neobanks, while transforming financial wellness for the Latino community”.
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