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Bunq wants to receive refugees from Ukraine

Bunq wants to receive refugees from Ukraine, Bulgaria and Georgia.

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.

Bunq launches “local currencies” for its users

As international travel restrictions are being lifted, bunq announces the launch of the Local Currency feature.

Bunq now offers country-specific IBANs and multi-currency function

Dutch challenger bank Bunq offers its customers a new tool with which they can load IBANs from many European countries onto their Bunq app.

Jon Fath becomes new chief operating officer in bunq

Jon Fath has been previously CEO of logistics automation group Transmetrics and has just become the new COO of digital bank Bunq.

Bunq raises €193 million at €1.6 billion valuation

The Amsterdam-based challenger bunq announced that British investor Pollen Street Capital is investing 193 million euros in the bank.

Bunq valued at 1.65 billion € after first investment

Dutch digital bank Bunq managed to close the very first funding round with an undisclosed British private equity firm.

Mastercard and bunq introduced cards with the True Name feature

The bunq and Mastercard's True Name service launched in Germany and will be available in 30 European countries.

Bunq exceeds €1 billion in user deposits

Dutch neobank bunq hits the billion mark in deposits and is offering German account numbers for the first time.
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