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Revolut Business adds Clear Books accounting software integration

Revolut has informed that the integration of Clear Books is part of its Open Banking framework with the functionality embedded into the application.

Wise secured £160m from Silicon Valley Bank

Silicon Valley Bank UK Branch (SVB), announced it decided to provide Wise a new £160m capital facility so the company is able to refinance its existing debt.

Starling adds Nutmeg to its Marketplace

British challenger Starling Bank welcomed Nutmeg, the UK’s largest digital wealth manager, to its fast-growing Marketplace.

Revolut seeks CCO for its new business division

Challenger bank Revolut is looking for Chief Commercial Officer to build a department that sells Revolut’s platform services to large merchants at scale.

Lunar, the Nordic challenger bank, raises €40m in Series C

Nordic challenger Lunar has managed to raise another €40 million in funding and is about to launch a BNPL product.

Starling Bank extends SME features by adding Penfold to the marketplace

Penfold is a pension provider for self-employed and is the latest addition to Starling Marketplace, where the customer is able to browse third-party providers and services.
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