Saturday, February 24, 2018
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CivilisedBank secures new funding from Warwick Capital

UK-based challenger bank CivilisedBank has secured an undisclosed investment from current investor Warwick Capital Partners. Read more:

Starling Bank moves into merchant acquiring

By Starling Starling Bank is to expand its payment services business and will become the first UK challenger bank to offer Merchant Acquiring services. Read more:

Monzo begins international roll-out after landing regulatory approval for RoI

UK challenger bank Monzo has received regulatory approval to operate in the Republic of Ireland. Read more:

Monzo in early talks with regulators for US launch

U.K. challenger bank Monzo is in early talks with regulators about acquiring a license for possible expansion to the United States, the company said. Read more:

Coconut partners with PrePay Solutions for freelance banking

United Kingdom challenger bank Coconut will partner with prepaid cards and services provider PrePay Solutions, or PPS, to enable the bank to deliver digital, Read more:

Marathon International Bank to join FinTech race

A new bank is set to launch in the US to cater for the Ethiopian American community, Marathon International Bank. Read more:

Challenger bank Penta closes €2.2m seed round, month after launch

German challenger bank Penta has closed a €2.2m Seed financing round, just a month after it launched in Germany. Read more:

Challenger bank Fiinu to put people before profit

A new challenger bank is coming to the UK – Fiinu. It says it “wants to change the financial services industry and improve the lives of millions of people”. Read more:

New bank to launch in California, Endeavor Bank

The first new bank to open in San Diego in ten years and one of only two new banks in California since 2010. Read more:

Challenger BankiFi launches with open banking battle cry

BankiFi has entered the crowded market with its multi-bank aggregator platform as it looks for a place among the new open banking world order. Read more: