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What’s happening in challenger banking, June 2021

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What’s happening in challenger banking, June 2021

Tearsheet publishes its bi-weekly newsletter Challengers, underlining the important moves and stories in digital banking. Subscribe here.

Challenger banks continue to be knee deep in the niching game. And freelancers and small-business owners may turn out to be a promising segment to zero-in on. — Rivka Abramson

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