Friday, August 23, 2019
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Challenger Starling Bank Updates Business Accounts

Digital bank Starling Bank says it has opened up its business account to many more UK small and medium-sized enterprises by inviting companies with more than one person of significant control (PSCs) to sign up. Read more: crowdfundinsider

N26 Rises to One of Europe’s Most Valuable Fintechs

N26 have announced a $170 million extension of their Series D funding round to $470m. Read more: thefintechtimes

Tide on recruitment drive in Bulgaria and London

Tide has announced it is investing heavily in its technology and servicing hub in Sofia, Bulgaria this year. Read more: finextra

Kyash, a would-be challenger bank in Japan, raises $14M

Kyash, a fintech company with visions on becoming Japan’s first challenger bank, said today it has raised $14 million to continue its expansion. Read more: FinTechRanking

Klarna and BigCommerce expand partnership globally

Today, Klarna announced the expansion of their current partnership in the US, initiated in 2016, to also include Klarna’s European core markets. Read more: finextra

UK challenger bank Griffin gears up for wholesale launch

London-based Griffin is preparing to unveil its new wholesale (infrastructure​) challenger bank in the UK. Read more: www.bankingtech.com

Swiss corporate challenger bank Initium enters FinTech arena

Switzerland-based Initium has been unveiled with plans to build a multi-jurisdictional corporate banking group. Read more: www.bankingtech.com

Spanish neobank Bnc10 readies for launch

Bnc10 is a new digital bank gearing for launch in Spain, and has just made its waiting list available. Read more: www.bankingtech.com

Galeo Bank preps for launch with BaaP model

UK-based digital challenger Galeo Bank has announced preparing to offer its banking services globally through a Banking-as-a-service model. Read more: www.thepaypers.com

Cashplus bolsters audit & risk teams with new hires

Cashplus, a UK-based challenger bank, has bolster its team by hiring an operations risk director, a new head of audit and a new CTO. Read More: regtechanalyst.com