In a recent blog post, British challenger bank Starling announced an advancement in green projects they picked to support to fight climate change.
From 2021 the digital bank Starling is going to be on its way to becoming carbon neutral.
The digital bank has introduced new Mastercard debit cards which are to be made from recycled plastic.
Exclusive: An interview with Michael Schweikart, a co-founder of the sustainable banking provider Tomorrow
Tomorrow is a social business FinTech company and a neobank, that was started in 2018 by founders Inas Nureldin, Jakob Berndt, and Michael Schweikart with a vision to use money as a lever for positive change. Since its launch in 2018, the company has 50+ employees and 55,000+ customers.
Every time customer recommends Starling to someone and that person becomes a new Starling customer through the referral journey, Starling’ll plant a tree as a thank you.
“Mitto helps its users to save money while saving the planet,” says Marcos Cuevas, the company’s co-founder and CEO
Mitto is a Barcelona-based debit card/finance app and it is mainly a sustainability-focused product that has raised €2M from Athos Capital and others. Mitto has a live crowdfunding campaign on Crowdcube in which the company has already raised £500,000.
Amsterdam-based digital bank bunq offers an option to plant a tree for every 100€ spent with their SuperGreen premium account. Now they planted 1,000,000 trees.
Klarna’s UK executive Alex Marsh has hit out at Barclays for publishing what he called “mind-boggling” and “irresponsible”.
Revolut announced a new partnership with Salesforce with an aim to accelerate growth and transform the business banking arm of the digital bank.