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MetroBank has announced that it will not charging any overdraft fees for account holders between March 1 and June 30 to help customers cope with the coronavirus crisis.
COVID-19 could be great for the InsurTech industry as the crisis highlight where insurers’ shortcomings are. But that does not mean there won’t be hard times ahead.
With the coronavirus pandemic putting strains on businesses, some FinTechs have been offering their services for free to help.
The coronavirus has already caused havoc around the world, but what can businesses do to survive?
While times seem bleak at the moment with the COVID-19 pandemic, some FinTechs are doing their best to help. In tough times, the best way to succeed is to come together and a number of FinTech companies are doing just that, offering their services for free to those helping to tackle the virus or those that have been impacted by it.
The UK government has unveiled a package to help SMEs. However, the boss of challenger bank Tide doubt the package will be enough.
Challenger bank Revolut has parnered with the Trussell Trust food bank network to support emergency food needs around the UK.
As the UK is dealing with a countrywide lockdown, many companies will struggle with their financials. That’s where Capitalise.com's new solution comes in.
Yoti, digital identity company, is offering its digital identity solutions for free to any public health organisation, emergency service and community initiative tackling COVID-19 (coronavirus).