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Partnership Announcement: Companjon and bunq Join Forces to Offer Enhanced Protection to Easy Green Users

Insurtech firm Companjon and leading neobank bunq have joined forces to bring extended warranty and purchase protection to bunq users.

The move is aimed at providing extra security and peace of mind for bunq’s Easy Green users when making certain purchases with their bunq Metal Card.

This partnership brings together two innovative companies that are committed to improving their customers’ experience.

Extended Warranty and Purchase Protection for Easy Green Users

bunq is dedicated to creating a greener future for everyone and its flagship subscription plan, Easy Green, makes it possible for users to offset their carbon footprint in just two years.

With the new partnership with Companjon, Easy Green users will now have additional security when making purchases using their bunq Metal Card. The insurance product will cover the financial loss incurred for certain goods purchased by Easy Green users.

“We strive to make our users’ lives easy. By offering our Easy Green users added security when using their bunq card, we make sure they can focus on what’s important to them instead of money admin,” says Ali Niknam, founder and CEO of bunq.

More About Companjon

Companjon is a leading insurtech company based in Ireland that specializes in digital-driven embedded insurance. The firm offers unique, flexible, and fully automated insurance solutions tailored to customers’ online purchases. With an extensive portfolio of usage-based insurance solutions, Companjon helps its partners increase customer loyalty, enable business growth, and generate additional revenue.

“We’re excited to partner with a de-facto innovator the likes of bunq and to enhance their users’ banking experience,” says Matthias Naumann, CEO of Companjon. “Companjon’s embedded insurance solutions complement bunq’s product portfolio and strong market position, and we’re looking forward to working together to bring value and peace of mind for end-customers.”

More About bunq

bunq was founded in 2012 by serial entrepreneur Ali Niknam with the goal of revolutionizing the traditional banking industry. With a focus on its users’ wants and needs, bunq secured the first European banking permit in over 35 years and has since become one of the leading neobanks in the European Union.

In 2021, bunq raised €193 million in a series A round with British private equity firm Pollen Street Capital and has acquired several fintech companies, including Capitalflow and TriCount, to further expand its reach and services.


The partnership between Companjon and bunq is a significant move in the fintech industry and demonstrates both companies’ commitment to providing their customers with a seamless and secure experience.

By offering Easy Green users extended warranty and purchase protection, bunq is taking the next step in building a greener future and ensuring that its users can focus on what’s important to them.

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