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The risks and opportunities facing FinTechs forced to have staff work...

The COVID-19 outbreak has forced many FinTechs to have their staff work from home. However, what should these companies consider when encouraging remote working?

How the coronavirus will affect different segments of the FinTech industry

As COVID-19 rages on across the world, the affects on the FinTech segment of the economy is already letting itself be known.

Could the coronavirus help Revolut grow?

UK challenger bank Revolut is expected to add three million new user by June and COVID-19 could be a contributing factor.

UK challenger banks Monzo, Revolut and Starling Bank are taking steps...

Three of the UK’s leading neobanks are stepping up to protect their staff and their customers from the spread of the coronavirus.

European challenger banks reveal how they deal with the coronavirus and...

European neobanks have taken steps to limit the impact COVID-19 will have on their businesses.

Challenger banks drive digital banking rise

The popularity of challenger banks have helped to drive the use of digital banking services, a new study from Juniper Research claims.

N26 has announced that its premium accounts are now live in...

Challenger bank N26 has launched its premium services in Greece in Slovenia. Customers in these countries can now open the German neobank’s N26, N26 Metal and N26 Business You accounts.

Former Google-engineer’s startup Thought Machine raises $83m in Series B round...

Thought Machine, the cloud native core banking technology firm, has raised $83m to fund its global expansion plans and strengthen its services.

What does Revolut’s $500m raise mean for challenger banks and the...

Revolut has finally closed a $500m investment round after years of speculation, leaving people wondering where that leaves other challenger banks and the rest of the FinTech industry.

ESMA warns that Brexit and the US-China trade war are still...

Massive geopolitical events continue to stir up a lot of financial market volatility, according to the EU’s leading financial markets watchdog.