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With Kosma, the Swedish payment provider Klarna is launching its own brand for its open banking function, which is aimed at financial service providers.
After the growth restrictions imposed by the German financial regulator Bafin, the Berlin-based digital bank N26 is now also struggling with problems in Italy.
Starling Bank CEO Ann Boden:“very, very unlikely” big banks will all have branches on the high street in the future
Starling Bank chief executive Ann Boden has expressed her opinion on the future of bank branches.
Fintech companies like Revolut, Zopa and bunq decided to offer relocation initiatives for workers in Ukraine.
British Starling Bank is considering opening an office in Leeds or Manchester as it continues to increase its market share.
Nathalie announced her decision of leaving Curve fintech company in a heartwarming LinkedIn post.
The Swedish financial services provider has been repeatedly criticized in the past for making it easier for young people to take out debt. With the new changes, the company wants to address this problem.
Storonsky also claims his company would match up to £1.5 million (US$2 million) in donations to the Red Cross Ukraine appeal.
Revolut's travel product Stays is going to have a new feature that lets customers book their stay and pay when they arrive.
In a recent blog post, British challenger bank Starling announced an advancement in green projects they picked to support to fight climate change.
Klarna’s UK executive Alex Marsh has hit out at Barclays for publishing what he called “mind-boggling” and “irresponsible”.
Revolut announced a new partnership with Salesforce with an aim to accelerate growth and transform the business banking arm of the digital bank.