Bunq is a dutch challenger bank present since 2012 and it is already live across 30 countries. Last month it has come up with a very new feature for their premium subscribers.
Tencent's WeChat Pay will start giving its 600 million users a credit rating using an AI-based system to determine people’s “trust” value, according to Asia Times Financial.
Both CEOs of the top UK fintech challenger banks, Nikolay Storonsky and Tom Blomfield have been listed on the "Sunday Times Rich List" for the first time.
Mastercard joins forces with Enel X to launch a new lab in Israel to advance innovations in financial technology and cybersecurity for the payments and energy ecosystem globally.
The digital bank unicorn Revolut has announced to lay-off 60 of its employees as it admits the COVID-19 has some negative impact already.
The German key player Commerzbank announced that it would not sell its Polish subsidiary mBank after all, citing poor market conditions.
Monzo bank announced Dave Laramy is set to join next month and will provide the challenger with over 17 years of experience in the industry.
“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.
Frustrated with overwhelmed banks and what seems to be an oblivious government, some of fintech’s leading players are coming together. They’re here to stand up for Britain’s SMEs and self-employed workers – and they’re not backing down.
GoHenry is a UK-based fintech focusing on pre-paid card and app for kids (with parental controls). It has just launched its biodegradable card for eco-conscious children.