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- Players’ Strategy
The British FinTech TranferWise focusing on money transfer reports improved results for 2018. This European “Unicorn” announced their cross-border money transfer business is profitable for the second year in a row. Despite increasing market competiti...
- Customer Relation
Boursorama just reached the 1.5 million customers milestone: an occasion for them to report on their results. This subsidiary of Société Générale observed strong growth in terms of customer bases, yet no changes have been noted as to their profitabil...
The digital consumer lending company Younited Credit launched in Europe in May 2016 when Prêt d’Union rebranded to reach out for new countries. Since then, not all their goals have been achieved, but their ambitions have scaled up. This FinTech intro...
The online consumer lending company Younited Credit introduced a digital signing service in November 2017. The point was to implement a faster (10 minutes) and full-digital process for subscribing personal loans, while cutting down processing costs....
- Retail Banking
The mobile bank N26 reported strong growth and became one of the most promising neo-banking FinTechs in Europe, especially in terms of customer acquisition. They seem to be following in the footsteps of Revolut as they just reached the one million cu...
The US start-up Chime managed to attract one million customers and is valued $500 million; they just announced a new funding round, highlighting a successful business model based on a consumer-friendly, transparent, and fee-less offer. Their next mov...
In the end of 2017, Casino introduced a credit card for their cash & carry subsidiary in Brazil, Assaí. They now report encouraging results and fast adoption rates. These figures can be accounted for by a favourable local context where this retailer...
While the leading US tech companies (Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon) and other FinTech giants keep focusing on ways to handle payments and banking data, some retail chains stand out through reporting strong mobile use levels. Starbucks, for instance...