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 ‘Irish savers would mostly be better placed seeking out alternatives to ploughing funds into a savings account on a monthly basis.’ Photograph: iStockphoto.com

As RaboBank gears up to exit the Irish market in May, its 90,000 customers will now have to seek out savings and deposit accounts elsewhere. But finan(...)

N26 is expecting to triple customer numbers over the next two years

European fintech start-ups Revolut and N26, which are both gaining customers fast in Ireland, are continuing to steal a march on traditional banks wit(...)

Starling’s current account can be opened in minutes and has “zero” monthly account fees.

UK fintech start-up Starling Bank is to target the Irish market with its new low cost digital current account in a move which will bring further compe(...)

Revolut is  rolling out a business platform to help companies manage international payments, payroll and corporate travel.

More than 30,000 customers have joined Revolut, an app-based banking alternative that launched locally 18 months ago, the company has said. The Londo(...)

N26 Business allows freelancers and the self-employed to use one account to navigate both their business and private finances

Low cost mobile first bank N26 has launched a new specialist current account in the Irish market, targeting the self-employed and freelance workers. (...)

For now Apple’s and Android’s strategy is  simply to be a part of the payments ecosystem. However, this is likely to be just a staging post on the way to providing more services via mobile devices

Cash may be king, but when it comes to payments all manner of usurpers are gearing up to steal its crown. “The world has changed,” says Richard Morri(...)

PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel is among those to have backed N26, which has raised more than $50 million to date

N26, a low-cost mobile-first bank, which was awarded a full European retail banking licence last year, has gained about 10,000 customers in Ireland, o(...)

‘When it comes to people and their money, many bank customers here still like having the option of having a branch they can physically call into.’

We are staggeringly bad at it: figures from the Central Bank show that just 3,600, or 0.06 per cent, of the State’s 5.2 million banking customers, swi(...)

Subscribers to N26 Black will get a current account, plus Mastercard and insurance package, for a  monthly fee

Irish customers of Berlin-based fintech start-up N26 will be among the first users of the European mobile bank to be eligible to upgrade to its Black (...)

A woman walking in front of a branch of Germany’s Deutsche Bank in Cologne. Photograph: Reuters/Wolfgang Rattay

Berlin’s smartphone bank N26 has been granted a European banking licence, giving it a lead in a looming shake-up of financial services across Europe. (...)

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