Didier Lallemand notes the growing importance of finance, and in particular embedded finance, which enables companies to embed payments into their customer journeys or new offers without having to take care of the tech and regulatory processes. This is precisely the segment where Treezor’s offer is most valuable: Treezor is responsible for both the tech and security aspects, such as KYC and electronic signature, and can also support its agents during the different stages of compliance.
Treezor’s CEO also talks about the synergies created by the collaboration between Treezor and Société Générale, which benefits both entities. In particular, Treezor can expand its offer thanks to the services offered by the subsidiaries of the Société Générale group, such as credit through Franfinance. Treezor can also offer its expertise as a precursor of Banking-as-a-Service to all Société Générale entities. This makes it easier for new offers to emerge within the group such as Banxup, a payment card offer for teenagers.
The internationalization of Treezor as well as the diversification of its portfolio are also topics that Didier Lallemand addresses in this interview.