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Sweden-based payments services provider Klarna this week announced a deal with European eCommerce firm About You that will allow customers in Germany and Switzerland to use the “Pay Later 30” payment option.
German digital bank N26 surveyed 16,030 people from its 5 largest markets in Europe – Austria, France, Germany, Italy and Spain.
Swiss digital-first challenger Alpian has just received its banking licence from the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA)
THE 6TH EDITION OF THE INNOVATION FINANCE CONGRESS RETURNS WITH MORE CONTENT, INNOVATION AND NEWS UNDER A NEW CONCEPT
The meeting will take place on April 27th and 28th at the Teatro Goya in Madrid. - Companies such as Google Cloud, Feedzai, nCino, Inbobip and Cofidis among many others have already confirmed their attendance and participation in the event.
With Kosma, the Swedish payment provider Klarna is launching its own brand for its open banking function, which is aimed at financial service providers.
After the growth restrictions imposed by the German financial regulator Bafin, the Berlin-based digital bank N26 is now also struggling with problems in Italy.
Starling Bank CEO Ann Boden:“very, very unlikely” big banks will all have branches on the high street in the future
Starling Bank chief executive Ann Boden has expressed her opinion on the future of bank branches.
Fintech companies like Revolut, Zopa and bunq decided to offer relocation initiatives for workers in Ukraine.
The US Internet auction house eBay and the Swedish financial services provider Klarna are entering into a strategic partnership.
British Starling Bank is considering opening an office in Leeds or Manchester as it continues to increase its market share.
Billionaire Nik Storonsky, the co-founder of Revolut, one of Europe's largest and richest startups, plans to launch his own AI-based venture capital fund to compete with legacy venture capitalists.
Klarna launches "virtual shopping" where online shoppers get access to experts in physical stores.