8.6 C
New York
Sunday, June 16, 2024
Home Uncategorized Starling Bank has hit 3m account milestone

Starling Bank has hit 3m account milestone

Starling Bank has passed the three million current account milestone, which “includes more than 460,000 small business accounts,” according to a recent update.

Read also: Revolut teamed up with Salesforce to help grow Revolut Business

This comes five years after the digital bank launched its Personal Current Accounts in May 2017, while its Business Current Accounts, which were released in March 2018 account for 8% of the UK SME banking market.

It has been an amazing year and a half for Starling. In the last 18 months, the bank has added one million users, secured more than £300m in funding and won best British bank for the fourth time at the British Bank Award.

“Starling has proven that technology can transform the banking experience and we’ve attracted millions of customers as a result,” Starling chief banking officer Helen Bierton said.

“Our technology platform was built to scale, so as we continue to launch industry-first products and features, we’re ready to onboard many more customers – and at pace.”

In the Competition and Markets Authority’s most recent independent survey, Starling “ranks No.1 for Overall Service Quality.” It also “ranks No.1 for Online and Mobile Banking Services for both its personal and small business accounts.”

Starling also “offers a B2B Banking as a Service and Software as a Service proposition, based on the proprietary technology platform that it uses to power its own bank.”

The Starling Marketplace “offers customers in-app access to a selection of third-party financial services.”

Just recently Starling has reportedly bought a £500m mortgage book from specialist lender Masthaven.

Jan Cerny
Jan is an innovation enthusiast and Fintech news reporter. He specializes in news distribution, social media, and content analysis.

Recent posts

NEW Revolut UK CEO to make Conference Debut at MoneyLIVE Summit

MoneyLIVE has today announced that Revolut’s newly appointed UK CEO will be making her conference debut at MoneyLIVE Summit 2024, which is...

2024’s Financial Innovators: A New Era of Banking Startups 

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, our world witnessed an unprecedented shift towards digitalization. The banking industry, in particular, has been...

C-suite Banking and Payments Leaders From Across Europe Set to Meet at London’s MoneyLIVE Summit in March

On the 6-7 March 2024 MoneyLIVE Summit will return to London’s QEII Centre to unite over 1000 banking and payments leaders from...

The Evolution of Digital Wallets: A Shift from Physical Cards by 2030

By 2030, we can expect digital wallets to become the preferred payment instrument, offering a myriad of non-payment-related services for consumers.