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Bunq is responding to demand with the launch of an investment function

Dutch challenger bunq is one of Europe's first neobanks to offer its users a simple and sustainable way to invest their money.

Bunq becomes the first European digital bank to offer mortgages

Dutch digital bank Bunq is taking a new step and will offer mortgages from early 2022.

Starling reportedly bought £1 billion mortgage book

Starling Bank has reportedly decided to buy another mortgage book for an estimated price of £1 billion.

Starling Bank launched new feature called ‘Bills Manager’

Digital bank Starling has released a new feature that enables customers to make specific recurring bill payments.

Starling Bank is going to sponsor UEFA Women’s EURO tournament

UEFA Women’s EURO just announced that Starling Bank is the official national banking partner of the tournament.

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.
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