Manigo exits stealth mode to launch fintech infrastructure platform

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Manigo says it has been in “stealth mode” over the past three years building its product but is now ready to go to market

Manigo, a London-based fintech infrastructure company offering a ‘low code’ way to other firms to launch cards, accounts and payments services under their own brand, has launched.

Founded by Stevan Bajic and Olya Parafiyanovich in 2016, It also provides a core banking and infrastructure platform.

The company recently raised $5.3m to date from several unnamed global strategic investors.

“It’s a huge relief to finally be talking about Manigo after quietly building a robust and fully-rounded platform for the past few years,” said Stevan Bajic, CEO and co-founder of Manigo.

“We are building a platform and brand that stands the test of time and proves that fintech infrastructure can be reliable and have a place at the table when changing people’s financial experiences,” he said.

Manigo is launching its fintech infrastructure platform in the UK, Europe and the Americas and has been testing with clients across Europe and the UK.

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