Innovation in banking and fintech
Dutch challenger bunq is adding a new option to its app that lets you donate to charities directly. Bunq is also redesigning the app and launching a public beta test of the V3 version to get feedback from its users.
“Tally is a neobank, that‘s addressing the real issue with banking,” claims Cameron Parry from Tally in an interview
Cameron Parry, Tally's CEO and co-founder explained to Everly.eu in an exclusive interview what is Tally all about and why he is upset with the current state of the banking system.
Open banking allows financial institutions to share financial information with each other securely.
Finch Capital released a detailed analytical report titled ‘FinTech: The Future Post CV-19’ which discusses the challenges and opportunities that the sector will face both during, and more significantly after, the crisis.
Microsoft and Plaid have merged their strengths to come up with a new financial management offering, "Money" in Excel.
Founded in 1886, Banca Sella is one of the better-known banking institutions in Italy.
Fintech startup Revolut has introduced a new trading feature for premium users.
Credit Sesame introduced Sesame Cash, a free digital bank account as part of a new smart digital banking service that will help consumers grow their cash and credit in one place for free as they spend and save.
Tom Blomfield who co-founded Monzo Bank 2015, is leaving the digital bank, citing "challenges" from the pandemic, TechCrunch reported.
Revolut has submitted an application for a banking license to the U.K. Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).