Cross River to Provide Back for Plaid Real-Time Payments


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Cross River Bank reveals its expanded partnership with Plaid to deliver multi-rail payment solutions to U.S. businesses and their customers.

The expansion of the partnership is to fuel real-time offerings to drive financial innovation and ensure secure, faster, and seamless payment experiences for customers.

Plaid customers can access their money when and where they need it by combining advanced API technology with financial technology tools.

Plaid selected Cross River to support its real-time solutions and boost Cross River’s API technology and innovative financial solutions. Cross River’s API-based core creates a direct, efficient, and streamlined connection to multiple payment networks such as RTP®, ACH, and the upcoming FedNowSM Service.

Read More: Cross River to support Plaid real-time payments

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TalkFintech is focused on the latest financial sector technologies and tools- covering all tech used by banks, investors, insurance, and wealth management sectors- and also conversations on retail financial management tools.


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