Amusan Brothers’ Fintech Platform, Vesti Processes $1Million in Months, Plans To Secure Banking License

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Co-founders, Vesti, Abimbola and Olusola Amusan

This is an important moment for us to actually accept that Vesti is here to stay. We want to continue to help migrants all over the world access financial services regardless of which country they come from.


Global number one platform for information and support for decent migration, Vesti has processed $1million in transactions.

Vesti is a financial technology platform that allows people realize their different migration ambitions to be part of the global economy either physically and remotely and also provide financial services associated with migration.

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The platform was founded by two brothers, Olusola Amusan, – an Artificial Intelligence engineer and Abimbola Amusan, – a migration attorney who self-migrated to the United State in 2019.

In their celebration mood to mark the new feat with friends and business partners, Olusola described the feat has what has taken them couple of months with over 26, 000 users to achieve such landmark.

“We hit $1million in transactions on the Vesti Platform, we are super excited about it. When we started, we told ourselves that when we processed $50, 000 transactions, we are going to open the bottle to celebrate it, we were so consumed with work and we could not. We processed $1milion and we are celebrating with you all to mark the feat”

He said they will still process more transactions that will make them achieve their banking license and help more migrants do businesses, have access o finance and achieve their American dream.

“This is an important moment for us to actually accept that Vesti is here to stay. We want to continue to help migrants all over the world access financial services regardless of which country they come from”

He quoted the United Nation office on the migration data, saying the industry is valued at $650billion with 272million people moving abroad in 2019.

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In his words, “Vesti intends to be the bridge for migrants and the first bank a migrant opens when they move to a new country.

He urged anyone who wants to invest in their pre-seed round to reach out to him via olu@wevesti.com

 

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