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The Everly Summary (weekly TOP5 news)

Welcome to Everly.eu’s weekly summary. Let’s see the most important news we have covered during the last week in a TOP 5 list!

The challenger bank Revolut has once got into a dispute with its employees. Some of them voiced their frustration over the company’s handling of its share option scheme.

Starling Banks’s personal account customers are now able to manage their money via desktop on a laptop. Starling Bank said the desktop option of online banking is in response to customer demand.

Customers on Revolut’s Grow, Scale and Enterprise plans will now be able to order metal cards for business use. Monese and Thought Machine have are now cooperating with the challenger bank’s expansion and Mastercard and Marqeta are expanding their partnership.

1st place: Staff in Revolut frustrated about the share option scheme

Revolut’s employees were offered shares in exchange for lower take-home pay. This came as the company sought to tighten its belt in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

2nd place: Starling introduces Online Banking for personal customers

Previously, Starling had been only an app-based digital bank suitable only for iPhone and other smartphone users.

3rd place: Revolut Business launched premium metal card

Revolut Business launched 3 years ago and has been very successful so far. Last month the company announced that it’s business banking option has hit a new milestone of 500,000 customers.

4th place: Monese integrates Thought Machine’s core banking package Vault

Monese and Thought Machine have are now cooperating on the challenger bank’s expansion.

5th place: Mastercard and Marqeta expand partnership

Marqeta, which offers a card issuing platform, and Mastercard plan to expand into new regions and launch additional card programs together.

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