APS Bank has partnered up with local fintech company Trust Payments to offer customers merchant acquiring and e-commerce services and solutions.

The bank’s business customers will now be able to accept card payments through a POS terminal and other forms of electronic payments, with the funds being deposited into their APS Bank account.

“We are constantly working to continue improving our service for business customers,” APS Bank Chief Banking Officer Anthony Buttigieg said.

“We have decided to partner up with Trust Payments as our merchant services provider because of their trusted, well-established, and easy-to-use service, account management, and around the clock technical support,” he added.

APS Bank’s business customers can now also benefit from Trust Payments’ e-commerce platform which equips merchants with easy-to-use tools to build, scale, and sell online.

“This is a great opportunity for us to work together with APS Bank, a reputable, long-established, and fast-growing local bank to help their business customers access and acquire e-commerce services and solutions quickly and easily,” Trust Payments Malta CEO Steve Grech said.

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