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Starling Bank’s online banking service is the most secure one

According to security researchers commissioned by "Which?" the Starling Bank’s recently-launched online banking service is the most secure among the UK’s 13 leading banks.

Santander launches money transfer app PagoFX in Belgium

PagoFX by Santander is a low-cost service for international transfers and is now available in Belgium.

Santander buys part of Wirecard’s assets for about €100 million

Banco Santander has closed an agreement to acquire several specialized technological assets of the bankrupted payment solution provider Wirecard.

Santander doubles funds to $400M with the launch of Mouro Capital

Banco Santander's FinTech venture capital Innoventures fund is moved under a new entity called Mouro Capital.

Santander set to hire 3,000 IT professionals for €20bn digital push

Santander bank which has its HQ in Spain, said on Thursday it would hire 3,000 IT professionals worldwide this year to support its digital transformation. This comes when most banks are cutting jobs and costs.

Santander launches PagoFX in the UK to take on TransferWise

Banco Santander has launched a cross-border payments app PagoFX in the UK, taking on the might of rival fintech unicorn TransferWise.

Santander’s PagoFX to launch in spring to compete Trasnferwise

Europe's largest traditional bank Santander is within weeks of launching its fintech transfer rival, PagoFX, according to several people briefed on the plans.
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