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‘Updates from the field are really better while on foot’: A day in the life of Eddie Behringer, CEO and co-founder of Copper

  • Teen banking is on the rise, and Copper is one of the popular solutions expanding its way into the market.
  • Here’s a look at what a day in the life of running a teen banking platform looks like.
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‘Updates from the field are really better while on foot’: A day in the life of Eddie Behringer, CEO and co-founder of Copper

Teen banking is booming right now, and a whole lot of new teen-focused challengers are looking for ways to stand out in the market.

Copper is one of them. Founded in 2019, the challenger bank aims to be teens’ first banking experience.

Eddie Behringer is the CEO and co-founder of Copper.

“It became clear that our high school system was failing Gen Z by not equipping them with basic personal finance skills at a critical point before they become adults and can fall victim to predatory credit,” said Behrenger.

 


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