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How Monzo, Revolut, Starling and N26 plan to topple legacy banks

via WIRED UK

Digital banks aren’t going anywhere – with Monzo, Starling Bank, Revolut and N26 starting to rival legacy banks. Perhaps best known for their personal finance apps, they are now also starting to sell financial products. And there’s a lot more to come.

Meanwhile, traditional high-street banks are trying to up their game by investing in – and imitating – their digital offerings. Last month, for instance, NatWest began trialling Mimo, a new personal finance app with budgeting tools, spending insights and reminders. It will be rolled out later in 2019. Barclays, HSBC and others are also jumping on the bandwagon and adding features to their existing mobile banking apps. (more…)

Banks, Fintech news, Global trends, Mobile-first banks

May 17, 2019

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Banking industry primed for a pocket-sized revolution

By 

ondo, the latest challenger bank aiming to take a chunk of business from the established high street lenders, is unlike any UK financial institution that has come before it.

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Banks, Fintech news, Global trends, InspirAsia, Mobile-first banks

March 28, 2016

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Hong Kong to get new mobile bank

By Finextra.com

Neat, a mobile banking startup in Hong Kong that blends machine intelligence with biometric security, has opened its waiting list to university students and young professionals with a view to a Q2 2016 launch. (more…)

Banks, Fintech news, Hong Kong, Mobile-first banks

March 21, 2016

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What Do Millennials Want from Banks? Everything. Nothing. Whatever.

By Brian Yurcan for the American Banker journal

So, do millennials hate banks or do they love them?

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Banks, Cashless, Fintech news, Global trends, InspirAsia, Mobile-first banks

March 17, 2016

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Transforming how retail banking works

By Choon Yan

Mobile is changing how people work, travel, read, communicate, shop and many other lifestyle behaviors. In the Internet Trends 2015 report by KPCB, mobile engagement is better than ever, with three hours of time spent per day on mobile devices in 2015 compared to an hour per day five years ago (a 300 percent increase). Adding to this, there was 69 percent and 23 percent annual worldwide growth inmobile data traffic and smartphone subscribers (2.1 billion) in 2014, respectively.

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Fintech news

March 14, 2016

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Life.SREDA VC report: Neo- and challenger banks are coming

Key findings on upcoming trends in the banking sector. 

Read our full research “Money of the Future”. Download PDF (20MB) (more…)

Analytics, Banks, Fintech news, Global trends, Hotnews, Mobile-first banks

March 3, 2016

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