The leader in digital account-to-account payments powering the shift to a cardless society
What we do
Our digital account-to-account platform redefines the speed, simplicity and security of payments, letting consumers pay merchants directly from their online bank accounts. Trustly can handle the entire payment journey, setting us apart from the competition and enabling us to offer an attractive alternative to the traditional card networks at a lower cost.
Who we are
Trustly has more than 500 employees spread across 10 offices in Europe, the Americas and Australia. We believe that diversity drives innovation and results in products that are more inclusive. That’s why we’re proud that our workforce is made up of more than 50 different nationalities.
“The world is changing faster than ever, and we need payment methods that can keep up. At Trustly, we’re building a global payments network that bypasses the card networks so people can pay directly from their bank account and feel safe while doing so.”
Oscar Berglund, CBO Trustly
A preferred payment method in four industries
Delight your shoppers with seamless payments and quicker refunds.
Provide clients a premium experience with speedy deposits and payouts.
Deal players in with account-to-account deposits and seamless access to winnings.
Open the door to new experiences and speed up your payment settlement.
Sustainability at Trustly
Sustainability is central to Trustly’s business model. When using Trustly, consumers pay with money already in their bank account, as opposed to assuming credit. As a purely debit payment method, Trustly is a sustainable way to pay that doesn’t contribute to increased consumer indebtedness in society.
Come grow with us
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Scaling Engineering @ Trustly
At the end of Q1 2021, the Engineering Americas team had a total of 54 full-time employees in Brazil. Most of our current PMs and Engineering Managers had yet to join the company. Development workload was split between Financial Institution Connectors (FIC) and Core ("everything else"). Sprint planning for Core ran for multiple hours and included 20+ engineers.
Thinking outside the box for a better world
As our world becomes increasingly digital, consumers are demanding slicker, quicker, more personalized experiences that fit conveniently into their lifestyles. At the same time, it’s no secret that our world is facing fundamental challenges such as climate change and disruption from new technologies.
What changing consumer travel preferences mean for travel companies in 2022
We conducted a censuswide survey which asked 1000 people in the UK some questions to help understand how travel is shaping up for 2022. Quite unsurprisingly, 80% of British consumers are more likely to consider a flexible travel policy since the coronavirus outbreak.