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Neobank Volt has begun onboarding the first customers on its waitlist, 11 months after receiving its licence to operate as a bank.  Now in beta, the challenger bank is offering 2.15 per cent interest on savings accounts, with a wider public launch planned for 2020.  Listen: Our open banking webinar

Consumer trust is a complex conversation as it works on many levels depending on where – and on how – a brand operates in the business spectrum. But there is no disguising the importance of organising your development or transformation around customers needs. For three brands – Xinja, Lion and

From today, Australians can move their money into savings and transaction accounts offered by neobank 86 400. The challenger bank’s public launch will also introduce users to new tools to help them manage upcoming bills and subscriptions, and provide an overall view of their finances across multiple banks. The launch

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Neobank Xijna has secured its full banking licence and is rolling out transaction accounts to its early customers. The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) said today it has granted Xinja its licence to operate as an authorised deposit-taking institution (ADI), officially joining the ranks of Australia’s new banks. Webinar: Can

Volt Bank has today become the first of Australia’s neobanks to be granted its authorised deposit-taking institution (ADI) licence from APRA. It’s the first retail challenger bank to receive an ADI licence since the early 2000s and comes eight months after Volt was granted its restricted banking licence, a pathway

Xinja is the latest Australian neobank to obtain its restricted banking licence from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA). APRA today announced it has granted Xinja a restricted authorised deposit-taking institution licence (RADI). Introduced in May this year, the new category of licence means Xinja can call itself a bank

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Aspiring digital bank Xinja has selected SAP Cloud for Banking to power its mobile banking application and aid its ambition to become one of Australia’s first independent start-up neobanks. The Australian fintech is building a bank designed entirely for mobile and recently applied for a restricted banking licence from the