8.6 C
New York
Sunday, October 24, 2021
Tags Banking

Tag: banking

Starling set to offer Banking as a Service across Europe

The British challenger bank Starling has been planning to move to mainland Europe for three years, now the time has come.

Comparison of the biggest Banking players in US vs Europe – UX and feature-wise

In this episode, we took up the challenge to compare the incomparable. The US and European banking scene from Features and UX...

Revolut seeks Australian banking license

Digital bank Revolut is seeking yet another banking license, now it has applied in Australia.

Starling’s business banking tops ratings for quality

Digital bank Starling seized the top position in the CMA ratings business category.

Starling Bank wins the race in current account switching

The UK digital bank Starling was among seven banks that made net gains in Q2/2021.

Monzo reported £130M annual loss and is under investigation by FCA

The UK challenger Monzo bank has recently reported £130M in pre-tax losses up from £114 million in the same period in 2020.

Starling Bank hired 551 employees since March 2020

Starling has achieved a net hire of 551 people since 23 March 2020 as it continues to grow.

How are transfer apps building trust with their users?

For a few years now, consumer attitude towards finance and banking has been changing. A rapid rise in digital consumption has resulted in more technology and innovation than ever before, with total fintech investment in Europe skyrocketing to $58.1bn in 2019.*

Revolut adds 11 new crypto tokens

Revolut announced this Thursday that 11 more crypto-tokens were added to the option for users to buy and sell.

Revolut plans to start with a $25 million investment in India

CEO Nikolay Storonsky told Business Insider India that the company is about to make an investment of $20 million–$25 million to break into India by the end of 2021.
- Advertisment -

Most Read

N26 has raised $900 million and is worth $9 billion

This way N26 became the second highest-valued bank in Germany, slightly ahead of Commerzbank.

Klarna is strengthening credit checks

Klarna, the “buy now, pay later” credit company, has unveiled important changes to its services in the UK.

Nik Storonsky has opened family office in London

According to Sifted, CEO of Revolut Nik Storonsky has decided to open a family office in London, UK. This...

Curve reported serious operating losses

Fintech Curve has reported an operating loss of £37.9 million in its annual results for 2020.