Thursday August 6, 2020

Digital banking start-up has disruption plans for Irish market

Berlin-based fintech firm N26 operates in eight markets across Europe

27th November, 2016
Valentin Stalf, N26’s Vienna-born chief executive and co-founder

A digital banking start-up has its sights set on significant growth in Ireland in the next year, as it gears up to compete with traditional banks as the latest player in the Irish current account market.

N26, a fast-growing European digital bank, first launched its smartphone bank account, which is linked to a MasterCard, to Irish consumers late last year.

The Berlin-based fintech was awarded a European banking licence earlier this year and operates in...

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