SCCG Management announces partnership with Connectika

December 11, 2023
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SCCG's eyes are firmly placed on the Brazilian market right now.

SCCG Management has secured a partnership with Connectika, a payments supplier in Brazil.

This collaboration will enable cross-border entities to access personalized Non-Resident Bank accounts, while using their own local Pix Key and through Connectika’s deal with Bexs Bank (Ebury Bank Brazil).

SCCG says it should be able to overcome any complexities in the Brazilian financial environment far easier through this partnership, especially when it comes to integrating local payment methods such as Pix and Boleto. 

Founder & CEO of SCCG Management, Stephen Crystal, said: "Our partnership with Connectika is a landmark moment in our Brazilian expansion. Connectika's proficiency in integrating essential local payment methods and facilitating strategic partnerships aligns perfectly with our vision.

"We are excited to leverage our extensive client partner ecosystem to support business development and distribution for Connectika in this vibrant market." 

Founder and Managing Director of Connectika, Saar Alfia, added: “The evolving Brazilian market has brought Connectika and our local financial partners to conceive solutions outside the box while maintaining regulation, innovation, creativity, and uniqueness that enable international companies to remain global while enjoying local considerations in Brazil.

"We are excited about the new partnership with SCCG Management, and we look forward to proceeding with the transformative impact it will have on the industry." 

Last month, SCCG announced a partnership with Prometeo IT, which aimed at broadening Prometeo IT’s global presence. 


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