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Curve Launches Faster Purchase Protection Coverage for Claims Up to £100,000

UK-based fintech Curve announced on Wednesday it has introduced a new purchase protection policy that can reimburse supported claims within 24-hours on eligible purchases of up to £100,000 made with a Curve card. According to Curve, the Curve Purchase Protection Policy covers all credit and debit card… Read More

UK Fintech Curve Celebrates First Anniversary of Launching in Nearly 30 Countries

UK-based fintech Curve celebrated the first anniversary of its launch across 27 European countries. As previously reported, Curve is on a mission to simplify the way people spend, send, see and save money. “We are focused on an ambitious opportunity fuelled by a couple of trends starting to play… Read More

Oops. Curve Adds American Express to its Service, Amex Shuts it Done Immediately [u]

In a hugely embarrassing shift of events, Fintech Curve has been blocked by American Express. The smart card that “combines all of your credit and debit cards on a single card” announced this week that Amex was back following several months were the credit card was not… Read More

UK Fintech Curve Appoints Alejandro Massalin As New Head of Marketing

UK-based fintech Curve announced on Tuesday it has appointed Alejandro Massalin as its new Head of Marketing. According to Curve, Massalin brings 20 years of marketing experience to the startup and will be uncharged of its user base, along with leading brand and marketing strategies…. Read More

London Fintech Curve Announces Full Consumer Launch

Curve, a London-based fintech company that’s software allows customers to link their bank cards to one Mastercard, has recently announced its full consumer launch. As previously reported, Curve was founded in 2015 and proclaims itself to be the next generation of payments after the “humble” bank card…. Read More

London Fintech Curve Introduces Xero Accounting Software Services to Cardholders

Less than a month after announcing its partnership with Xero, London fintech startup Curve introduced its cardholders to the online accounting software services through its iOS and Android apps. As previously reported, the companies are looking to remove much of the friction involved in account filing… Read More

Fintech Firm Curve Forms New Partnership With Accounting Software Brand Xero

London fintech startup Curve has formed a partnership with accounting software, Xero. This news comes just a few months after Curve secured $10 million during its Series A funding round. According to TechCrunch, the companies are looking to remove much of the friction involved in… Read More

Curve Co-Founder Tom Foster-Carter Named COO of Monzo

Tom Foster-Carter, Co-Founder of fintech startup Curve, has joined challenger bank Monzo as its new Chief Operating Officer. Foster-Carter’s departure comes less than a month after the London-based company secured $10 million through its Series A funding round. According to TechCrunch, Curve shared details about Foster-Carter… Read More

Santander InnoVentures Adds Pixoneye, Curve & Gridspace to Fintech Portfolio

Santander InnoVentures, the fintech venture capital fund of Santander Group, announced its addition of UK based Pixoneye and Curve and US based Gridspace to its portfolio in the latest round of strategic fintech investments. Pixoneye and Gridspace deepen the fund’s focus in artificial intelligence as… Read More

Fintech Startup Curve Secures $10 Million During Series A Funding Round

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Curve, a London-based fintech company that’s software allows customers to link their bank cards to one Mastercard, announced on Wednesday it secured $10 million during its Series A funding round, bringing its total funding to $13 million. The company saw global banking providers during the round,… Read More

UK’s Curve Rolls Out “Time Travel” Feature on Fintech App

Curve, a London-based fintech company that’s software allows customers to link their bank cards to one Mastercard, has rolled out a new feature for its smartphone that will allow users to “go back in time” on their purchases. According to the company, the feature allows… Read More

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