At 24 years old, most people graduate college, consider different careers options and think about what they want to achieve in their professional lives.
But for every rule, there is an exception. Some 24-year-olds run successful businesses. And some even build their own banks.
We know at least two such exceptions: Ollie Purdue (25) and Jeremy Berger (24).
They have at least two things in common: both are young (obviously), and both have co-founded digital banking startups. And most importantly, both entrepreneurs are similar in their innovative and inclusive approach to banking.