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Australian Neobank Volt to Further Slash Interest Rates on its Savings Account, Other Digital Banking Challengers Also Making Cuts

Australian neobank Volt has confirmed that it’s planning to reduce the total interest rate on its Save account. The bank will slash the current rate by 20 basis points, so it will be lowered from the current 1.45% p.a. to 1.25% p.a. This new rate… Read More

Neobanks in Australia including 86 400, Xinja, Volt Forced to Further Reduce Interest Rates on Savings Accounts

Neobanks have been finding it quite challenging to maintain their competitive deposit rates. During the past few weeks, three Australian neobanks have reduced their rates and two of them have placed limits on the balances on which they’ll pay higher interest. Australia based digital bank… Read More

Australian Neobanks Continue to Slash Interest Rates on Savings Accounts due to Economic Challenges Created by COVID-19

Even though interest rates offered by challenger banks or neobanks in Australia (and globally) are generally higher than those offered by incumbents, Mozo reports that these all-digital banking platforms have been lowering their rates. Analysis performed by Mozo reveals that three neobanks were forced to… Read More

Australian Digital Bank 86 400 Partners with Australian Finance Group on Home Loans

Australian Digital bank 86 400 has signed a strategic partnership with Australian Finance Group Ltd  (AFG), to expand its home loan broker distribution network, according to a company release. 86 400 states that with AFG on board, one in three mortgage brokers in Australia now… Read More

Australian Neobank 86 400 to Prepare for Series B Funding Round, as it Focuses on Helping Customers Earn More from their Savings

Australian neobank 86 400 has reportedly moved to its next phase of growth only a year after being awarded a banking license. The digital bank says that it will be focusing on helping its customers with new ways to earn more money from their savings…. Read More

Australian Digital Bank 86 400 Plans to Capitalize on Current Situation, as Incumbents Struggle Due to COVID-19

The COVID-19 crisis has significantly reduced the revenue generated by some of the largest banks in Australia. The pandemic may present opportunities to banking challengers such as 86 400 to gain market share. As the nation’s Big Four banks try to deal with a dramatic… Read More

Australian Neobank 86 400 Secures $34 Million in Capital from Morgan Stanley, Others

Cuscal-backed digital bank 86 400 has secured $34 million in funding from its first outside investors. The Australian neobank’s Series A investment round was led by Morgan Stanley. The banking challenger has acquired a total of $90 million in capital. The bank’s latest round included… Read More

Digital Bank 86 400 Appoints Two New Business Development Managers to Help Expand its Presence in Mortgage Broking Sector

Digital bank 86 400 has confirmed that it has recently appointed two new business development managers in order to expand its presence in the mortgage broking sector. Hien Nguyen, a former FAST partnership manager, and Zac Harb, ME Bank’s key account manager, have reportedly joined… Read More

Major Australian Digital Banks 86 400, Volt Bank, Up Slash Savings Account Interest Rates, Following Reserve Bank Cuts

Three major Australian neobanks have slashed their interest rates by 0.25% during the past few days, following the decision taken this month by the nation’s reserve bank to reduce rates. 86 400 was reportedly the first Australian digital bank to reduce the maximum interest rate… Read More

Digital Banking: Australian Consumers Turn to Judo, Xinja, Volt, and 86 400 to Take Advantage of Market Leading Interest Rates

Smart savers have increasingly been turning to all-digital banking platforms or neobanks. They’ve been depositing their savings into virtual accounts in order to benefit from highly competitive interest rates. According to the latest data from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA), Judo Bank had been… Read More

Austrlia’s Digital Banks Xinja, Judo Bank, 86 400 Attracting Millions in Savings After Launching High Interest Rate Accounts

Australia-based digital banks Xinja, Judo Bank and 86 400 have been attracting millions of dollars worth of savings from the nation’s banking clients after the introduction of their high interest rate accounts. Traditional industry players like ANZ, Westpac, NAB and Commonwealth Bank have reportedly lost… Read More

Aussie Digital Bank 86400 Is First to Offer Digital Home Loans

Led by CEO Robert Bell and chaired by Anthony Thomson, digital bank 86 400 launched in September 2019 with transaction and savings accounts. Last week, 86 400 announced an entirely digital home loan offering said to be the first “smart alternative to how brokers currently… Read More

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