JCB International and Adyen have announced a partnership to enable Adyen merchants in 28 European countries to accept payments both online and in stores from JCB card members worldwide.
Adyen holds acquiring licenses for all major debit and credit cards and continues to expand this capability by adding JCB. This partnership enables JCBI to further develop its penetration in Europe.
Ryuji Shinzawa, Executive Vice President, Head of Sales and Marketing Headquarters / Americas and EMEA of JCBI said: “Adyen is an innovative payments company making things easy for merchants and shoppers to accept or process payments. Its aspirations fit well with the JCB ethos and I am particularly pleased to announce Adyen as our full licensed partner for both online and point of sale. I am sure that this new partnership will bring even more benefit and convenience to JCB card members as well as enhanced business opportunities for merchants.”
Roelant Prins, CCO of Adyen adds: “JCB is a major payment scheme in Asia and increasingly popular outside of Asia. We look forward to boosting JCB card acceptance worldwide through enabling merchants to accept JCB both online and at the point of sale.”
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