Fintech company Paysera from Lithuania started its activities in Georgia. Paysera received a license for digital banking from the Central Bank of Georgia. One of the key advantages of the company is instant SEPA transfers, which is especially important and beneficial for Georgia, which is not a member of SEPA.
Also, the Central Bank of Georgia has extended Paysera Georgia’s banking license, so the institution will be able to provide loans in the future.
Paysera offers various payment services for individuals and legal entities, including more than 100 payment methods for European online stores, international transfers, currency exchange, gold trading and much more.
Currently, the system is present in nine countries: Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Bulgaria, Romania, Ukraine, Albania, Kosovo, and now in Georgia.