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I have checked this video again after it was (re)posted by @Bagheera in @Hodor's topic (how could I have missed this before, was the evidence right under my/our nose?): At the end the following is said by mr Dilip Rao: They actually have a partner on the ground in India and several more countries. With SBI and other banks, this is actually a really big thing. Very SWELL indeed. FSS (http://www.fss.co.in/) Financial Software and Systems (FSS) is a global leader in payments technology and transaction processing, offering business value in the areas of electronic payments and financial transaction processing solutions & services. The company has earned the status of being a payments systems leader through a combination of established portfolio of technology solutions, state-of-the-art infrastructure and 25 years of experience in the payments domain. Headquartered in Chennai, India, FSS has established a global footprint in Africa, Australia, Canada, Europe, Middle East, Singapore and the United States of America. Employees – Powering the success of FSS FSS employs over 2,000 professionals, delivering an entire spectrum of payment systems and services that are trusted by more than 100 companies worldwide, including some of the world’ largest public and private sector banks, financial institutions and payment processors. Integrated payment processing leader As one of the largest independent payments processor in India, FSS’ hosted services enable over 30 banks and financial organizations to process millions of transactions every day, securely and efficiently. The company’s products and services have an integrated perspective of the payments domain and help provide complete solutions to clients across the globe. The company has made significant investments in building state-of-the-art infrastructure including a Tier 3 standard Data Centre, and a strong pool of specialized resources with skill sets in the spectrum of payments. For clients, this translates into trust, commitment and stability they can count on. The Indonesian flag is shown in the presentation and mentioned many times. As well as the UK, The Philippines, China, Mexico, Brazil. He is mentioning India (in relation with the UK?) for inward remittances specifically, liquidity is provided by 2 banks as well. Implementation done by FSS. What countrie(s) will be targeted next?