Argentina-based Veritran receives investment from Trivest

Veritran, a low-code software developer for banking, has secured an investment from Miami-based investor Trivest Growth Investment Fund II.

Headquartered in Buenos Aires, Veritan claims its low-code software helps around 20 million individuals run more than 25 billion transactions annually. The FinTech company was founded in 2005 and it currently offers tools to implement mobile banking, digital wallets and biometric identification.

The FinTech currently has 12 global offices, including ones in New York, Miami, Barcelona, Mexico.

Veritran CEO Marcelo González said, “Today marks a major milestone for Veritran’s team, as we embark upon a new chapter of becoming the next FinTech unicorn, while continuing to democratize access to the digital economy.

“We are confident that Trivest’s resources and deep experience supporting founder-owned businesses will allow us to consolidate our growth into new geographies and reach new customers while hiring and retaining the best talent.”

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