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bunq integrates Zapier’s finance management tools

Dutch challenger bank bunq did not just make fun of its German competitor N26 for its decision of pulling out of the UK due to Brexit last week, it also teamed up with Zapier.

“Fear not: bunq is here” – FinTech founder throws shade at...

German challenger bank N26 is going to cancel its UK operations, blaming the Brexit regulatory uncertainty for the decision. Now, a Dutch competitor is...

Challenger bank N26 is leaving the UK because of Brexit

The UK has officially left the EU. Now, a huge European FinTech company has pulled the plug on its British operations.

Global WealthTech investment is moving out of North America as investors...

Rest of World’s share of WealthTech deal activity is up 1.6x since 2015 Since 2015, WealthTech companies have raised over $25.9m, with North American...

N26 now boasts having 250,000 US customers

The German challenger bank N26 launched in the US in August, but already has 250,000 customers in the country.

German challenger bank N26 boasts having five million customers

N26 has increased its customer base with 1.5 million new customers, according to the challenger bank’s founder.

FinTech unicorn Marqeta signs Mambu partnership

Having achieved a $2bn valuation through its Series E round earlier this year, Marqeta is signing off 2019 with a new partnership.

Deposit Solutions becomes Germany’s second most valuable FinTech unicorn after achieving...

Deutsche Bank has bought a 4.9% stake in open banking startup Deposit Solutions for €50m ($55.2m), making it Germany’s second most valuable FinTech enterprise.

What has been happening in the world of challenger banks this...

Challenger banks could be seen as one of the main figure heads for the FinTech sector, and the sector has been growing at an accelerated rate.

German FinTech N26 has moved to appease regulators after a smattering...

Online bank N26 plans to list on the stock exchange within five years. But first the German scaleup is moving towards appeasing the country’s regulators.