Wednesday, August 15, 2018
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Xinja partners with SAP SE to power its mobile bank

Australian challenger bank Xinja has picked SAP SE to help power its digital bank mobile service. Read more: fintech.global

Three bank-backed challenger banks to watch

It's not just startups that need watching -- neobanks are springing up across the globe, and a particular breed is becoming more common -- those backed by traditional banks. Read more: bankinnovation.net

Monzo switches on support for TransferWise

App-based challenger bank Monzo has switched on international money transfers with TransferWise for 16 foreign currencies. Read more: www.finextra.com

Starling streamlines joint account process with proximity tech

Digital bank Starling Bank has launched a new feature to streamline the process of creating joint accounts without ever having to visit a UK bank branch.  Read more: www.crowdfundinsider.com

Alior Bank, solarisBank, Raisin, Mastercard team to launch new digital bank

Alior Bank has teamed with solarisBank, Raisin and Mastercard to launch a new pan-European digital bank. Read more: fintech.global

Tandem initiates ‘fraud conversation’

Tandem initiates 'Fraud Conversation' to relieve the hassle of blocked transactions Read more www.finextra.com

Clydesdale Bank and Yorkshire Bank said to make £1.6bn offer for...

Clydesdale Bank and Yorkshire Bank has reportedly made a £1.6bn offer for UK challenger bank Virgin Money. Read more: fintech.global

CivilisedBank to relinquish its banking license to focus on developing its...

UK-based challenger bank CivilisedBank has decided to drop its banking license in order to focus on developing its technology. Read more: fintech.global

Challenger bank Fiinu passes £500k crowdfunding goal

Fiinu, a new challenger bank, has passed its £500,000 target for its crowdfunding campaign on Seedrs. Read more: fintech.global

Mobile Bank N26 said to raise €110m Series C to support...

European mobile bank N26 has reportedly raised a €110m Series C to support its expansion to the US market.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: fintech.global