Tagged: teenagers

GoHenry Announces Acquisition of France’s Teen Banking Fintech Pixpay

The team at GoHenry notes that it has been 10 years since they launched operations in the United Kingdom, and they now have more than two million members in the UK and US. They recently launched their in-app Money Missions “to make financial education fun… Read More

Fintech Greenlight Reports that Clients Invested $10.5M Last Year, Saved $91.9M

Fintech firm Greenlight reveals that in 2021, their clients may have learned “lifelong money lessons.” Greenlight reports $1.07 billion managed in 2021. According to the firm, this is a significant  milestone in their Greenlight story — “and yours.” The company wrote in a blog post… Read More

Revolut Junior Clients in the UK, EEA May Use Google Pay for Seamless Transactions

Digital bank Revolut, the provider of a financial Super App with over 18 million customers globally, revealed that it will bring Google Pay to Revolut Junior clients across the United Kingdom and EEA. Revolut says it added support for Google Pay after getting feedback during… Read More

Fintech Firm GoHenry Introduces Direct Deposit for Working Teenagers

GoHenry, a debit card and financial education app designed for children ages 6-18, announced earlier this week a direct deposit feature for “working teenagers.” The addition of this workforce payment feature “allows teens 14 and older to have their paychecks deposited directly into their GoHenry… Read More

Financial Services Firm Bling Card Requests Treezor to Create Pocket Money App for Kids, Teens

Bling Card has teamed up with SocGen-owned banking-as-a-service (BaaS) firm Treezor in order create a prepaid pocket money card and financial education app for children in Germany. With the Bling Card, kids and teenagers are able pay independently and securely at merchant outlets in Germany…. Read More

Teen Fintech Copper Banking Finalizes Seed Round to Expand Business Operations

Teenagers can be quite the experts when it comes to spending money. The problem is, many never really learn how to save their money, manage it effectively, and make it grow over an extended period of time. A third or over 30% of US teenagers… Read More

Bengaluru based Fintech Startup Walrus Is Launching Personalized Debit Card for Teenagers to Encourage Better Money Management

Bengaluru based Fintech startup Walrus is launching a personalized debit card for teenagers. The company says it wants to help teens become financially “smart” from a young age so that they are able to effectively manage their finances as they get older and have more… Read More

India’s FamPay, a Neobank for Teenagers, Reveals that Most Tech-Savvy Young People are Still Making Cash Payments

Younger people in India including Millennials and Gen Z consumers are usually quite tech-savvy because most of them have grown up using the latest smartphones. They regularly use the internet to take care of everyday tasks – which may include conducting digital transactions for online… Read More

U.S. Digital Bank For Teens Copper Banking Secures $4.3 Million Through Seed Funding Round Led By PSL Ventures

Copper Banking, a U.S.-based digital bank for teens, announced on Tuesday it secured $4.3 million through its latest seed funding round, which was led by PSL Ventures with participation from Jack Brody, of Snap Inc and Mana Ventures and Western Technology Investment. Founded in 2019,… Read More

Fintech Platform Current Announces Strategic Investment from Fifth Third

Current, the fintech platform that allows teens to connect their money with the people, brands and experiences they value, announced on Tuesday that Fifth Third Capital, a direct equity investment subsidiary of Fifth Third Bancorp (NASDAQ: FITB), has joined the recently announced Series A funding,… Read More

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