The name Raisin reflects our mission to raise interest for savers from across Europe by offering them access to the best interest rates from our network of partner banks. Raisin aims to follow in the footsteps of our German platform WeltSparen which has already gathered more than 30,000 customers and generated more than EUR 10 million in additional interest for our clients.
The acquisiton, for an undisclosed sum, will be headed up by Bankhaus payments veteran Mirko Siepmann.
Frankfurt-based Raisin Bank AG is expanding its business to include payments. The firm targets Europe’s fast-growing Fintech community.
German BaaS player Raisin Bank is moving into the payments business after agreeing to buy a Bankhaus August Lenz unit. Financial terms were not disclosed.
In today’s FinTech news, Singapore is rolling up the welcome mat for crypto firms, and Klarna takes issue with Barclays research.
The Fintech Times Bi-Weekly News Roundup on Thursday reveals a slew of senior hires for Mambu and funding success for Prime Trust. Investment and funding …
Berlin-based Raisin, which ranks among the European fintech elite, has hired Goldman Sachs to help it secure a new injection of capital, Sky News learns.
Public engagement with money management apps has soared by 46 per cent year on year as consumers seek to beat the cost of living crisis. …
German FinTech Raisin now has more than 25 billion euros of assets under management in savings products, the company announced.
Raisin, a leading German provider of open banking for savings and investment products, says it now has more than €25bn in assets under management (AUM) …