Andrew Carnegie Global Capital Announces a $20M Fintech Venture with Braintree in the Coming Year

Braintree, a PayPal subsidiary. Andrew Carnegie Global Capital Limited
MANHATTAN, N.Y. - Arizonar -- 2020 has been a rocky year for most business owners in the wake of an unprecedented pandemic, but fintech companies are emerging the giants, still standing among the devastation. Braintree, a white glove payment platform, is riding high. Self-described as, "As a PayPal service, with innovative payments technology, scalable solutions, and legendary white-glove support backed by one of the world's largest and most trusted fintech brands," Braintree has emerged the payment platform of the elite investor. As a services Braintree not only describes itself as "white-glove", but also makes a lofty claim that it is the service, "to reach more buyers and drive higher conversion with the only payments platform that delivers PayPal, Venmo (in the US), credit and debit cards, and popular digital wallets like Apple Pay and Google Pay in a single, seamless integration."

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So, it is no surprise that today, that the Andrew Carnegie Family Office CEO and charismatic leader of the firm, announced a giant soon-in-the-works, $20M fintech venture with Braintree slated for early 2021. To most "in-the-know" speculators, the announcement did not come as a huge surprise as he had recently announced an upcoming partnership with fintech pay platforms in the near future; however, no winning finalists on the lists had been announced at the last presser.

But today Gabriel Carnegie was not timid about laying out the future venture with Braintree in what he calls, an "absolute gold-standard decision," by the executive team, clearly expressing his satisfaction with the move. He added, "It has been our goal to continue to establish deep connections within the fintech space, as well as build deep-rooted partnerships with fintech companies. Braintree is among the best in white glove payment services. Additionally, providing that type of personalized, sleek experience from a business standpoint only serves to help increase sales, conversion, and loyalty. It's a true win in my opinion. I am pleased."

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In recent days, Andrew Carnegie Global Capital has teased additional partnerships with Stripe, Ripple, and Veem, so this is likely not the last fintech venture. Richard Lowells, the Director of Business Partnerships and Development commented, "Fintech, when it offers full-service suites and white-glove, high touch service that includes payment tracking, deposit, and lending options, it's like adding a new wing to a museum. It only seeks to upgrade the value of what you hold precious."

For more information on the Family Office of Andrew Carnegie or to inquire about strategic business development partnerships and joint ventures please visit www.AndrewCarnegie.io.

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