Trustly awarded the DI Gasell as one of Sweden’s fastest growing companies

05 Dec - 2016

Trustly awarded the DI Gasell as one of Sweden’s fastest growing companies

Stockholm, December 5, 2016: For the second year in a row, the Swedish FinTech company Trustly is delighted to announce that it has been nominated for the prestigious DI Gasell awards.

DI Gasell was established in 2000 by the Swedish financial daily newspaper Dagens Industri, to award Sweden’s fastest growing and profitable companies.

Oscar Berglund, CEO at Trustly, said, “We are proud to have been awarded a DI Gasell nomination. Our suite of online payment products allows our e-merchant clients to increase sales and we grow together with them. We are working hard to further develop and refine our products to the benefit of our clients and their customers.”

A nominated DI Gasell company must meet the following criteria:

  • Turnover exceeding 10M SEK
  • Minimum 10 employees
  • At least doubled its turnover, when comparing the first and the past fiscal year
  • Increased its turnover each year the past three years
  • A positive operating profit for the past four fiscal years
  • In all essentials grown organically, not by acquisitions or fusions
  • Sound finances

Milestones reached in 2016:

  • 3.5B EUR annualized current run-rate of processed transaction volume
  • 5.6B EUR in processed transaction volume since inception in 2008
  • Supporting payments to and from 400M consumers across 29 European geographies
  • Recent customers include digital banks Avanza and Nordnet in Sweden
  • Opening of London office with six employees
  • 65 new employees in 2016, reaching a total of 150

About Trustly

Founded in 2008, Trustly Group AB is a Swedish FinTech company that provides fast, simple and secure online payments, direct from bank accounts. Its B2B payment solutions attract global merchants in four main segments: e­-commerce, financial services, gaming and travel. FinTechCity London predicts the company will be one of the European companies destined to revolutionize the financial services sector. In 2015 and 2016, Trustly was designated a Gazelle Company by Dagens Industri newspaper.

Trustly has 150 employees, offers its services in 29 countries and links together over 170 banks in Europe. Trustly is a Swedish payment institution under the supervision of the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority, with a license to provide payment services within the EU/EEA. Read more at www.trustly.com.

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