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Introducing Tearsheet’s The Challengers newsletter on digital banking

  • Challenger banks are expanding all over the world.
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Introducing Tearsheet’s The Challengers newsletter on digital banking

2019 is shaping up to be the year of the challenger bank. N26RevolutChimeMonzo — all have raised large rounds of capital to compete for new customers. They’ve created apps that millions of their customers love using. And in 2019, competition is heating up.

Revolut and N26 have their sights set on U.S. banking licenses. US-based Chime has opened two million fee-free online checking accounts and is adding more customers each month than Wells Fargo or Citibank.

Tearsheet has you covered when it comes to covering digital banking. Written and edited by Tearsheet’s Zack Miller, our new newsletter The Challengers goes in depth weekly on digital banking and challenger banks.

Subscribe to stay on top of all the challenger trends, strategic moves, and new products.

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