“Visa is committed to doing all we can to foster innovation and empower consumers in support of Europe’s open banking goals. By bringing together Visa’s network of networks and Tink’s open banking capabilities we will deliver increased value to European consumers and businesses with tools to make their financial lives more simple, reliable, and secure,” Alfred F. Kelly, Jr., Visa CEO and chairman.
Tink (led by Daniel Kjellén and Fredrik Hedberg) was advised by Qatalyst Partners (led by Peter Spofforth and Daniel A.), Cuatrecasas (led by Diana Rivera and Jorge Canta), Gianni & Origoni (led by Raimondo Premonte), and White & Case LLP with a team led by Henrik Wireklint and Hyder Jumabhoy along with a cross-border team. Carlos Daroca advised from White & Case Madrid.
Visa (led by Alfred F. Kelly, Jr., Charlotte Hogg, Vasant Prabhu, and Julie Rottenberg) was advised by Goldman Sachs, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, and Affiliates (led by Simon Toms) and Finsbury Glover Hering.
PayPal (led by Dan Schulman and John Rainey) was advised by Allen & Overy (led by Will Samengo-Turner).
ABN AMRO Ventures (led by Robert Swaak) was advised by Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP (led by Shawn Atkinson)