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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.

Revolut is lining up to apply for a UK banking licence...

Challenger bank Revolut is preparing to submit a banking licence application to the Bank of England.

UK challenger bank Starling bank revealed as the official banking partner...

Neobank Starling Bank has been announced as the official banking partner of Team GB for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

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.

Metro Bank is rolling back its expansion plans after last year’s...

UK high street challenger bank Metro Bank has scaled back its expansion plans in the fallout of the accounting error that stripped £900m off from its value.

UK challenger banks like Revolut, Monzo and Starling Bank almost tripled...

While British neobanks gained six million new customers in the last six months of 2019, losses and the looming threat of big tech are issues they still need to take seriously.

Monzo to hire 500 new employees and take another crack at...

UK-based challenger bank Monzo is planning to grow its staff from 1,500 to 2,000 and to relaunch its failed premium services.

Revolut has more customer complaints than rival UK challenger banks

British digital bank Revolut may have achieved a bigger valuation than its native rivals thanks to a new funding round, but it is also the leader in customers complaints.

Curve and Starling Bank accused of having edited their own Wikipedia...

Two of the UK’s most prominent FinTech scaleups have been accused of altering their own Wikipedia pages to make them seem more positive.