About Unzer.

Payment can be complicated – but it doesn’t have to be. We believe that merchants have better things to do than thinking about payment. That’s why we have built a platform to accept, process, and settle payments – connecting all channels, devices, and markets. We bring together all payment data to enable our merchants to make better decisions in less time. And we help them to better understand their customers’ buying behaviour and offer a seamless shopping experience – no matter where, when, or how their customers prefer to pay.

Our mission

We aim to develop the most comprehensive platform for fast, simple, and reliable payments – online, in-store, and mobile.

Unzer in numbers

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Our story

Unzer is a brand that was formed from a merger of 18 companies, each with their own expertise, experience, and story. This makes Unzer unique – because with our broad product portfolio we cover the entire payment flow. At the same time, it makes it difficult to tell Unzer’s success story in a few sentences. It all starts in 2019, when KKR becomes a majority shareholder, opening a new chapter in the company’s history. The new brand follows in 2020. Today, employees from 36 nations are working together towards one goal: to provide companies of all sizes with integrated payment solutions and help shape a digital society. 

2022

Unzer invests in its compliance and governance processes and expands its management team.

2021

Unzer grows together. A new management team drives Unzer’s realignment and professionalises structures and processes. With the acquisition of Clearhaus, Unzer becomes an acquiring bank.

2020

The new Unzer brand is launched. Further companies are acquired to complete the portfolio.

2019

Investor KKR joins as majority shareholder and begins to merge the individual company acquisitions.