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Google to start offering bank accounts in 2021

  • Rumored for months, Google is launching bank accounts in partnership with banks.
  • BBVA, BankMobile, BMO, and Coastal Community are among the first banks announced in the program.
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Google to start offering bank accounts in 2021

Rumored for months, Google is indeed going to start offering digital bank accounts via Google Pay.

The new bank account: BBVA, BankMobile, Coastal Community Bank, and BMO have all announced this morning that they are collaborating with the search giant on a new checking account product.

  • When launched in 2021, the co-branded, FDIC-insured digital account will be offered via Google Pay and built on top of multiple banks’ infrastructure.
  • Google will provide the front-end UX and provide insights into spending and personal financial management options.


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