14 April 2021
Convinced of the urgency of climate change and aware of its role in it, the Engie Group has adopted a CSR approach to reconcile economic performance with a positive impact on people and the planet. Engie has implemented this through BeeWe, a circular economy B2B marketplace that allows the group’s various entities to buy and sell spare parts.
To make this eco-friendly project a reality, Engie turned to the payment service provider (PSP) Lemonway. The platform needed to handle international intra-group transactions, which meant managing a variety of regulatory requirements in terms of payment flows.
This included customised management of payment flows, KYC obligations, securing transactions, and adapting to each country’s regulatory framework. In this client case, we propose to discover how Lemonway enabled Engie to meet the various regulatory and technical challenges involved in such a project.
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