Some of the UK’s most important fintech start-up players – Starling Bank, Curve and GoCardless are set to raise more money.
Hyperjar’s CEO Mat Megens: “Getting people into debt is an unhealthy model, we provide them with a sustainable savings option instead”
Hyperjar's CEO Mat Megens has provided Everly.eu with an exclusive interview in which he has disclosed the company's core philosophy and why he believes the idea of a sustainable savings app is more profound than it may seem.
Frustrated with overwhelmed banks and what seems to be an oblivious government, some of fintech’s leading players are coming together. They’re here to stand up for Britain’s SMEs and self-employed workers – and they’re not backing down.
Mastercard joins forces with Enel X to launch a new lab in Israel to advance innovations in financial technology and cybersecurity for the payments and energy ecosystem globally.
Revolut has launched a licenced bank in Lithuania, enabling the 300,000 customers in the country to safely deposit their salaries in deposit-protected bank accounts.
FIS Ventures is a venture capital arm of financial technology firm FIS and it has set a target to invest $150 million in promising fintech startups.
The Chancellor has announced support worth £1.25bn for UK start-ups and businesses driving research and development in some of the most dynamic sectors of the UK economy – ranging from tech to life sciences.
Nordic challenger bank Lunar that has offices across Denmark, Sweden and Norway, has landed an additional $21.6 million (€20 million) in Series B funding round.
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Tom Blomfield who co-founded Monzo Bank 2015, is leaving the digital bank, citing "challenges" from the pandemic, TechCrunch reported.
Revolut has submitted an application for a banking license to the U.K. Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).