CAMSPay Receives RBI Nod to Operate as Payment Aggregator
Last Updated: February 15, 2023, 18:04 IST
CAMSPay has received in-principle authorisation from Reserve Bank of India to operate as a ‘Payment Aggregator’.
The licence will help CAMSPay further fortify its offerings in the payments arena
Registrar and transfer agent of mutual funds Computer Age Management Services Ltd (CAMS) on Wednesday said its payment platform CAMSPay, has received in-principal authorisation from the Reserve Bank of India to operate as a payment aggregator, the company said on Wednesday.
CAMSPAy, a payment platform specialising in solving banking and finance services sector’s payment challenges, has been supporting mutual fund investors, insurance policy holders and loan borrowers for over a decade in enabling them to move from paper-based mandate process to offering digital payment solutions.
“CAMSPay has received in-principle authorisation from Reserve Bank of India to operate as a ‘Payment Aggregator’,” a bank statement said here.
“We are thrilled to receive the in-principle authorisation to operate as a payment aggregator to create a much more robust and inclusive digital payment stack for the chosen merchant segments that we operate in, delivering a variety of acceptance options,” CAMSPay CEO Vasanth Jeyapaul said.
“The license will help us further fortify our offerings in the payments arena,” he said.
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