insha, the Islamic challenger bank that boasts about offering an “account with principles”, has secured €2.5m in a new investment round.
FinTech infrastructure platform Nium has inked a partnership that will see it enhance the transaction experience of the San Francisco-based neobank Unifimoney.
With an attractive insurance package and interest rates, Monzo's new Premium metal card looks like a solid offering. But will it be enough to make up for its massive losses?
Having made several initiatives recently to better position itself in the market, UK challenger bank Revolut is now launching a new subscriptions feature to give customers more control over their recurring expenditure.
Smart money app Yolt has announced new features to help its 1.5 million users save cash during the pandemic.
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4G Capital, a neobank designed for the whole of Africa, has reportedly partnered with Citi to support the growth of micro-enterprises in Kenya.
UK-based business banking platform Tide has inked a partnership with GoCardless, a global leader in recurring payments, to launch a invoice payments via direct debit service.
Nigeria-based Fundall, a mobile banking platform, has closed its pre-seed funding round on $150,000 to support its launch.
Hot on the heels of it bringing its Series B round to a hefty $125m in July, Thought Machine has now been tapped to power Curve's new credit and loan startup Curve Credit.