The service allows cross-border payments to 47 countries within Samsung’s native wallet Samsung Pay.
It is available in the US and will expand to “further markets” next year.
“Combining our industry-leading network and pioneering technology with Samsung's leadership in the mobile device market allows us to drive innovation at a scale that is unique in the US$127 trillion global cross border payments market,” said Finablr’s chief executive Promoth Manghat.
The FTSE 250-listed company previously said it continues to invest in the increasing demand for invisible payments by consumers and businesses, driving its strong financial results.
Shares were up 2.53% to 153.8p mid-morning.