Pan-European savings marketplace Raisin today announced a new investment of €25 million by Goldman Sachs. With the new funding bringing the total volume of primary investment to €195 million, Raisin retains its leading position as the best funded tech startup in the savings and investment area in Europe. The new injection of capital follows […]
End in sight for Mario Draghi’s term but none for penalty interest Most European economies find themselves exactly where they were a year ago on rates The pan-European deposits platform Raisin (www.raisin.com) regularly publishes the Raisin Interest Rate Radar to assess the ongoing effect of the ECB (European Central Bank) rate policy on savers throughout Europe. The […]
In a alliance of customer-centric fintech startups, Yolt, the smart thinking money app will be partnering with pan-European deposit marketplace Raisin.
ECB weighs low inflation, looks toward future without Draghi In a speech back on May 17, European Central Bank Director Benoit Coeuré stated that global factors remain a weight on Eurozone growth and that the ECB council is ready to adjust monetary policy instruments to sustainably move inflation towards its 2% target. The ECB council […]
Here come the Germans. On May 21st Raisin, a “deposit marketplace” from Berlin, declared its intention to set up shop in America. Within a year Raisin hopes to follow its compatriot, n26, a mobile bank that is due to open there soon.
Bank supervision in America is unfit for the digital age May 30, 2019 - View Article
Raisin, a fintech based in Germany, is on the verge of introducing a new type of financial subscription model in the U.S.: deposits-as-a-service. That’s how Raisin Chief Operating Officer Michael Stephan described the company’s...
This fintech drove billions in deposits to EU banks. Can it work here? May 28, 2019 - View Article
A savings and investment platform based in Germany is opening up a new front in the war for U.S. customers' deposit dollars. Raisin, which bills itself as a one-stop shop for online savings and investments, is planning to launch in the U.S....
German fintech Raisin to enter U.S. market next year May 22, 2019 - View Article
A German fintech firm that counts PayPal Holdings Inc. among its investors wants to expand its internet platform for bank-savings products to the U.S.
PayPal-Backed German Fintech Brings Its Savings Platform to U.S. May 21, 2019 - View Article
German FinTech company Raisin, an investment and savings marketplace, is looking to expand its business into the U.S., according to a report by Reuters. The company, which is backed by PayPal, wants to attract customers with higher-yielding deposits
German FinTech Raisin Eyes US Expansion May 21, 2019 - View Article
Raisin, the pan-European fintech marketplace for savings and investment products, is headed to the U.S., announcing plans to roll out a similar offering across the pond.
Raisin rides into the US with its savings and investment marketplace May 21, 2019 - View Article
Raisin GmbH, which claims to be “first and only pan-European deposit marketplace,” has hired Wealthfront’s Paul Knodel to create its U.S. business. If all goes to plan, the operation will go live within 12 months.
PayPal-backed German fintech wants to improve Americans’ returns May 21, 2019 - View Article
A German fintech started a service in 2013 that helps Europeans shuffle their money around the continent to the highest-yielding savings account. Now, the company plans to bring its technology to the US within the next six to 12 months...
Community banks in the US could get a technology boost from German fintech Raisin May 21, 2019 - View Article
German fintech Raisin, a savings and investment marketplace backed by Paypal, said on Tuesday it plans to launch in the U.S. market as it seeks to attract savers to higher-yielding deposits offered by its banking partners.
German savings marketplace Raisin eyes U.S. launch May 21, 2019 - View Article
Award-winning deposits marketplace drives access to better savings Raisin, the Berlin-based European savings and investment marketplace, today announced that it is entering the U.S. market with the appointment of financial industry expert, Paul Knodel, as U.S. CEO. Raisin will bring its cross-border deposits business model to the $12.7 trillion U.S. deposits market. This expansion follows […]
For five years, European nations have been trying to jump-start their ailing economies with what was supposed to be a radical, short-term remedy—negative interest rates. Instead, central banks haven’t been able to wean their economies off them.
Negative Rates, Designed as a Short-Term Jolt, Have Become an Addiction May 20, 2019 - View Article
Raisin, a Fintech that provides better access to higher interest rates for savers, is expanding the line of its services with a new product that will make investing easier for everyone.
WeltInvest: Fintech Raisin Offers Savings Plan for German ETF Platform with Assistance from Vanguard May 17, 2019 - View Article
From saver to investor: building wealth, starting at €50 per month Raisin, Europe’s leading marketplace for savings and investment products, is making investing easy for everyone. Starting on its German platform WeltSparen (www.WeltSparen.de), the Berlin-based fintech Raisin is introducing a savings plan for its line of ETF portfolios. With the new savings plan Raisin’s customers […]
German savings marketplace Raisin has added Italian challenger bank illimity to its roster of more than 70 financial services firms across Europe. The Italian retail and business bank now offers deposit accounts on Raisin’s German site, but plans t
Raisin adds Italian challenger bank illimity to roster May 15, 2019 - View Article
illimity’s deposit accounts will also be available cross-border on the open banking platform of the pan-European fintech illimity, the new paradigm banking start-up listed on Borsa Italiana’s MTA exchange, announces a partnership with Raisin, the leading pan-European marketplace for online savings and investments in Europe. Thanks to this partnership, illimity’s deposit accounts will also […]
Raisin will use the cash to expand its core service in at least two additional European markets this year and extend its line of investment products. It offers a 'deposit-as-a-service' platform to partner banks, providing them with access to markets
Orange Digital Ventures invests in Berlin-based fintech Raisin May 10, 2019 - View Article
Orange Digital Ventures is the VC branch of Orange, one of the largest telecommunications companies in the world. Orange had sales of €41 billion in 2018 and 149,000 employees worldwide.
Fintech Raisin Receives Backing of Orange Digital Ventures in €100m Series D May 9, 2019 - View Article
Orange Digital Ventures announces its latest investment with Raisin, an innovative Berlin-based fintech making strides in the European savings marketplace. Orange has joined the €100m Series D fundraising round of Raisin alongside existing investor
Orange Digital Ventures joins Raisin Series D May 9, 2019 - View Article
Orange Digital Ventures announces its latest investment with Raisin, an innovative Berlin-based fintech making strides in the European savings marketplace. Orange has joined the €100m Series D fundraising round of Raisin alongside existing investors Index Ventures, PayPal, Ribbit Capital and Thrive Capital. The new round allows Raisin, one of the fastest growing European start-ups, to […]
Raisin has taken a closer look at its own pan-European savers, particularly by age and gender, and how these savers are faring across the continent.
Expansion of Commerzbank’s fixed-term product offers for corporate clients Building bridges to find the answer to low interest rates on fixed-term deposits Offered rates significantly above market levels Collaboration of two market leaders in Germany BERLIN – 16. April 2019 – Raisin’s German savings platform WeltSparen (www.weltsparen.de) is collaborating with Commerzbank to reach […]
Manchester 12th April 2019. The leading online savings platform Raisin UK has announced a new partnership with ClearScore, the UK’s number one credit checking service. Featuring seamless integration into ClearScore’s website and mobile applications, more than 8 million UK users of the free online credit check service will be offered easy-access to the Raisin UK […]
Business Insider spoke with some of the most prominent voices in venture capital to pick out the most exciting companies in European financial technology industry this year.
These Are the 15 European Fintechs VCs Think Will Blow Up in 2019 March 20, 2019 - View Article
Raisin, the German group that raised $114m in funding from PayPal last month to become one of the best-financed fintechs in Europe, announced on Thursday its purchase of its longtime German service bank, MHB.
One to watch: Raisin March 11, 2019 - View Article
Hot on the heels of raising $114 million in Series D funding, Raisin, the pan-European fintech marketplace for savings and investment products, has acquired MHB Bank of Frankfurt, its main provider of banking services in Germany. Terms of the acquisi
Raisin, the marketplace for savings and investment products, acquires German banking provider MHB Bank March 7, 2019 - View Article
FRANKFURT, March 7 (Reuters) - German fintech Raisin, which is backed by Paypal, is buying Frankfurt-based MHB Bank as it seeks to expand business of offering deposit services to retail customers, Raisin’s chief executive told Reuters.
German fintech Raisin to buy MHB Bank March 7, 2019 - View Article
German fintech Raisin, which is backed by Paypal, is buying Frankfurt-based MHB Bank as it seeks to expand business of offering deposit services to retail customers, Raisin's chief executive told Reuters.
German fintech Raisin to buy MHB Bank March 7, 2019 - View Article
Open Banking Pioneer takes over MHB Bank to offer one-stop service At a time when many banks are looking to invest in fintech companies, the open banking fintech Raisin is taking the road less travelled by buying MHB Bank of Frankfurt, its long-time service bank. The Berlin-based fintech will thus be able to expand its […]
Hamburg in Germany has had close business links with Great Britain for centuries. So how are companies in the port city preparing for the UK's departure from the EU?
Brexit: Germany Gets Ready February 16, 2019 - View Article
Nomo Banking customers, the self-employed and freelancers, will have direct access to Raisin’s savings products from the neobank’s own mobile application.
German financial technology group Raisin has raised $114m in new funding from high-profilebackers including Index Ventures and PayPal
PayPal backed fintech Raisin raises $114m February 8, 2019 - View Article
Germany-based savings and investment marketplace provider Raisin announced that it raised $114 million in a Series D funding round
Raisin secures $114 million for its European marketplace February 8, 2019 - View Article
Specifically, the problem the startup solves is that saving deposit rates differ not only from one local bank offer to another but more noticeably across Europe as a whole.
Raisin raises $114M for its pan-European marketplace for savings and investment products February 6, 2019 - View Article
Raisin, the pan-European fintech marketplace for savings and investment products, announced that it closed a Series D funding round of $114 million.
Fintech Raisin today announced an Open Banking agreement with Santander Spain using the Santander Connect button, which facilitates registration at Raisin. Raisin as the first fintech to use their newly-created API marketplace.
Telefónica Deutschland starts distribution partnership with Raisin’s German platform WeltSparen Berlin / Munich, 23. January 2019. Beginning today, O2 Banking customers in Germany will gain access to WeltSparen’s wide range of savings and investment products directly through their mobile O2 Banking app. In Germany’s ongoing low-interest environment, O2 Banking customers looking for new options to […]
The financial sector is preparing for Brexit. Large banks are leaving the City of London completely or partially and going to Dublin, Frankfurt or Paris. But one small Berlin-based Fintech startup went the other direction – it expanded in Britain.
Berlin fintech doesn’t regret UK expansion amid Brexit January 17, 2019 - View Article
Addition of deposit platform broadens MarketPlace scope to include banking services as well as complementary applications. Temenos (SIX: TEMN), the banking software company, announces today that Raisin, Europe’s largest deposits marketplace, has joined MarketPlace. The Berlin-based fintech Raisin offers European savers higher interest rates on their deposits, which are fully protected under the national […]
Fintech Raisin has distributed an update on platform progress since the company launched five years ago. The creation of CEO Dr. Tamaz Georgadze, the Berlin-based firm has now helped their customers earn over €80 million in interest during a histor
Five Year Report: Fintech Raisin Has Delivered €80 million in Interest for Users December 14, 2018 - View Article
It has been five years since the Berlin-based fintech launched its first platform, WeltSparen.de, making Raisin the leading pan-European online marketplace for savings and investments.
In enabling access to continent-wide investment products for savers across Europe, Raisin has demonstrated a model for successful partnership between startups and the banking sector. In enabling access to continent-wide investment products for savers
Raisin talks talent recruitment and the secret to bank relationships December 1, 2018 - View Article
Explore the people and companies leading Europe’s growth in five categories: Leading individuals, Corporate digital transformations, New technologies and business models, Technology training, & Using technology for social challenges
Europe’s 100 digital champions November 21, 2018 - View Article
Raisin introduces localized platform Raisin.nl for Dutch savers, its fifth country launch outside of home market Germany Amsterdam, 29. August 2018 – Today Raisin, the leading pan-European marketplace for savings products with over 150,000 European customers, is launching its platform www.raisin.nl, dedicated to Dutch savers. Raisin is further expanding its reach in the Netherlands after introducing its distribution partnership with Dutch […]
Investing for Everyone – Raisin Launches ETF Portfolios in Cooperation with Vanguard Berlin, 26 March 2018. Raisin – Europe’s leading provider for simple saving and investment solutions with more than 100,000 customers – adds ETF portfolios to its German product offering. Starting today German customers can access the new products online – and thus participate […]
Banca Popolare di Cividale, Partner Bank Number 44, Is the Fourth Italian Bank to Launch on the Raisin Platform
We are pleased to welcome our fourth partner bank from Italy: Banca Popolare di Cividale is our 44th partner bank and will offer its deposit products on our localized platform www.weltsparen.de. German savers can open deposits with different maturities with Banca Popolare di Cividale, that are secured by the Italian deposit guarantee scheme up to […]
BinckBank and Raisin Announce Close Cooperation to Disrupt Dutch Savings Market Berlin, 15 February 2018. BinckBank N.V. will be the first in the Dutch banking sector to offer its clients access to European savings products via its cooperation with Raisin, the leading provider of simple savings and investment products. Today, BinckBank launched its new product […]
With a Raisin account, users can shift their money to banks in different European countries to get the best interest rate.
Choosing a bank is about to become as ruthless as shopping for flights, taxis, and hotels February 6, 2018 - View Article
EUR 5 Billion in Brokered Deposits: Raisin Doubles Amount of Savings Deposits in One Year Berlin, 25 January 2018. Exactly four years after the market entry of Raisin, the leading provider of simple savings and investment products breaks through the EUR 5 billion record mark in brokered savings deposits and leaves the competition behind. 2017 […]
Raisin has picked up backing from PayPal. Described as a “strategic investment,” the new funding round remains undisclosed.
Paypal Backs Pan-European Savings Deposit Marketplace Raisin December 22, 2017 - View Article
BERLIN – 20 December 2017 – Raisin, Europe’s #1 financial marketplace that enables savers to access the best deposit rates across Europe, has closed another round of financing. The company previously has raised a total of EUR 60 million, with investments from Thrive Capital, Ribbit Capital and Index Ventures. Raisin’s most recent fundraise closed in […]
BERLIN – December 06th, 2017 – Shortly before the end of the year, Raisin has reached two further important milestones: The total number of customers has grown to 100,000 and, in addition, Raisin has integrated more than 40 partner banks from 18 European countries. Raisin continues to consolidate its position as the leading marketplace for investments […]
We are pleased to welcome our second new partner bank this week: Bank and Clients (B&C) is number 37 on our marketplace and will offer its attractive term deposits on our German localized platform www.weltsparen.de. Savers will be able to open term deposits, using a fully online process to invest up to EUR 90,000 with […]
We are happy to announce BlueOrange Bank as our second partner bank from Latvia that just went live on our localized German and Austrian platforms. BlueOrange Bank offers term deposits with interest rates of up to 1.33 percent and a minimum deposit of EUR 2,000. The investment process with BlueOrange Bank is fully online, making […]
Raisin GmbH is growing rapidly and today the “European Deposit Marketplace” is moving into the UK with the acquisition of PBF Solutions.
European Deposit Marketplace Raisin Acquires PBF Solution in UK Expansion September 20, 2017 - View Article
European financial deposit marketplace Raisin has made its first acquisition, Manchester-based PBF Solutions, as it prepares to enter the UK savings market.
Raisin acquires PBF Solutions to enter UK market September 20, 2017 - View Article
BERLIN – September 20th, 2017 – Raisin wants to give UK savers a better choice for saving their money. Today we announce that Raisin GmbH, the leading European deposit marketplace, has acquired Manchester-based financial technology specialist PBF Solutions to offer end-to-end deposit raising for UK banks and other providers, together with a compelling proposition for UK […]
Starting today, German businesses can open term deposit accounts with the deposit marketplace Raisin. The opportunity to open and manage term deposits throughout Europe is unique for business customers giving them the chance to gain higher interests. The service starts in Germany, where low interest rates have especially plagued the market: On average, businesses will […]
Raisin Makes Saving Possible with a Minimum of 1,000 Euro – Hoist Finance from Sweden Is Partner Number 35
Today, Raisin welcomes its newest partner bank from Sweden: Hoist Finance. The financial services group is not only the 35th partner on the platform, but it makes investing possible for even more savers: With Hoist Finance, German savers can open an account with a minimum of 1,000 euros, earning interests of up to 0.85% for a […]
German startup Raisin (aka WeltSparen) recently announced its cooperation with N26. Startus Magazine spoke to CEO Tamaz Georgadze to find out about the details of the partnership and the future of financial services.
German Startup Raisin Cooperates With N26, “Empowering” Clients August 25, 2017 - View Article
Raisin reports that in less than 4 years its customers have invested more than €4 billion in the platform’s savings products. As a result, Raisin is the leading marketplace for investments in Europe and one of the fastest growing Fintechs in the
Savings Marketplace Raisin Passes the €4 Billion Mark Faster than Any Wealth Management Fintech August 17, 2017 - View Article
Berlin-based Raisin lets customers across Europe invest in savings accounts around the EU. The company is one of the biggest investment marketplaces in Europe, with over 90,000 customers.
€4 billion has now been invested using German savings startup Raisin August 17, 2017 - View Article
Raisin Customers Invested More Than EUR 4 Billion in Less Than 4 Years – Twice as Much as with Competitors
Interest of savers in Raisin remains strong: In significantly less than four years, Raisin customers have invested more than EUR 4 billion in savings products. As a result, Raisin is the leading marketplace for investments in Europe and one of the fastest growing fintechs in the world. Founded in 2013 as the first marketplace for […]
We are happy to announce the second onboarding of a partner bank from the Baltic States this week: With the launch of Medicinos Bankas from Lithuania, the number of available partner banks on our German localized platform WeltSparen.de rises to 34! The miminum deposit for a savings account with Medicinos Bankas is €5,000 and savers […]
Today, the localized German platform WeltSparen.de onboarded its first partner bank from Latvia: Baltic International Bank! Customers can start saving from as little as €2,000 and earn interest of up to 1.25% on their term deposits. From now on, savers can open and manage deposits with 33 partner banks from 16 European countries through a […]
Not long ago, the accepted wisdom was that banking was as local a trade as perishable food distribution. Our CEO Tamaz Georgadze explains why consumers like Raisin and how the company will continue to thrive as an independent marketplace.
Raisin, A Global Open Banking Forerunner July 24, 2017 - View Article
Why Raisin is a good choice for distribution partners, partner banks and customers: The Global Finance Magazine about Raisin's collaboration with N26.
Reaping Interest Rewards With Raisin June 16, 2017 - View Article
British FinTech firms have dominated this year’s FinTech50, a list of Europe’s most innovative financial technology companies - but Germany (with Raisin) and Switzerland are following.
UK dominates FinTech50 list of innovative financial technology firms June 7, 2017 - View Article
Having been elected to the FinTech 50 list for the second time in a row on Tuesday, the term deposit marketplace Raisin can call itself one of the most important FinTech companies in Europe. FinTechCity has been compiling its list of 50 European businesses who are transforming financial services since 2012. „When we founded the […]
German N26 customers can now open savings accounts through Raisin. The feature will be launched in other European countries and with more providers later this year.
N26 launches savings accounts with Raisin May 10, 2017 - View Article
BERLIN – May 10th, 2017 Thanks to a new partnership with Raisin, N26 clients can now open fixed term deposits at very attractive rates at several European banks with only a few clicks. With almost 400.000 customers between them across Europe, mobile banking platform N26 and deposit marketplace Raisin are among the leading FinTech companies […]
Only three and a half years after its launch as WeltSparen in Germany, Raisin, the online marketplace for savings products, counts more than €3 billion in investments done on the platform.
No Sour Grapes: Online Marketplace Raisin’s €3 Billion+ in Investments April 20, 2017 - View Article
With the help of Raisin, customers can open deposits across Europe at attractive interest rates. The online marketplace provides these services free of cost.
Raisin Fintech Startup raises $3.2 billion, one-third of which raised in the last four months April 19, 2017 - View Article
Savers have invested more than € 3 billion with Raisin – Raisin now cooperates with 30 partner banks
BERLIN – April 19th, 2017 More and more customers choose Raisin, the online marketplace for savings products, for investing their money: Only three and a half years after the launch, more than € 3 billion have been invested via Raisin. A growing product range and an excellent customer service have already convinced more than 75,000 […]
BERLIN – 29 March 2017 – Raisin GmbH, the leading marketplace for savings products across Europe, teams up with SOFORT, the premier direct payment provider. Over 60.000 customers already use the Berlin-based pan-European marketplace with its 29 partner banks. Due to the partnership, new customers can now complete their registration process in an even more […]
BERLIN – 26 January 2017 – Raisin, Europe’s #1 financial marketplace that enables savers to access the best deposit rates across Europe, has closed a €30 million Series C financing. This brings the total amount raised to date to €60 million making Raisin one of the most solidly financed FinTech companies in continental Europe. The […]
Raisin reaches EUR 2 billion on the 3-year anniversary of its German launch Berlin, January 10th, 2017 – Raisin proudly announces that at the end of 2016 it did not only celebrate the 3-year anniversary of its launch in Germany but also reached a milestone of EUR 2 billion in invested volume. “Raisin is the only […]
Raisin is now allowing Spanish savers to raise their interest via www.raisin.es – making this the third international launch this year next to Raisin’s home market Germany. Berlin/Madrid, December 1st – Today Raisin, the leading Pan-European online deposit marketplace, has launched its Spanish-language platform www.raisin.es for customers in Spain with a dedicated Spanish customer service […]
Raisin is the First European Investment Fintech to reach EUR 1.7 billion as the 20th Partner Bank joins Berlin, September 27th, 2016 – Just 5 months after becoming the first European Fintech in the investment area to reach 1 billion Euro, Raisin proudly announces to have reached more than EUR 1.7 billion in invested volume. As […]
Raisin (RAIS + INterest) is the first pan-European marketplace for savings, making the best interest rates across Europe accessible to over 500 million savers. Customers use a fully online process ...
The New Statesman July 22, 2016 - View Article
CEO Tamaz Georgadze about the Post-Brexit-Situation in WSJ: "Some London-based startups are already forging relationships with a bank on the continent as a “Plan B,” said Tamaz Georgadze, the founder and chief executive of Raisin
Wall Street Journal July 11, 2016 - View Article
Euram bank from Austria offers up to 1.5% p.a. for 24 months Berlin, June 29th, 2016 – Raisin proudly presents its third partner bank on the pan-European deposit marketplace raisin.com: Euram Bank from Austria. After partner banks from Poland and the Czech Republic, Raisin now adds a partner bank from Austria – an AA+ rated […]
Another option is to seek out higher deposit rates through a pan-European vehicle, such as Raisin.com, which currently offers a rate of 1.4 per cent on a one-year fixed rate deposit from Polish bank Alior.
The Irish Times June 28, 2016 - View Article
The two Fintech companies launch a cross-border partnership today: Younited Credit markets its savings products to German and Austrian residents via Raisin. Berlin/Paris, June 10, 2016 – Raisin, the pan-European online savings platform, and Younited Credit (formerly Prêt d’Union), the leading P2P lending platform to individuals in France, announce today the start of their international […]
After having launched its European Platform, Raisin is now available with its new French platform www.raisin.fr. Berlin/ Paris, May 31th – Today Raisin, the Pan-European online deposit marketplace, has launched www.raisin.fr for customers in France, in French language and with dedicated French customer support. Within a few weeks after the European launch Raisin managed to […]
Berlin, April 26th 2016 – Raisin is the first European fintech startup that has reached the incredible amount of 1 billion Euro invested volume. Since Raisin started with its German platform WeltSparen in December 2013 customers have invested more than 1 billion Euro in overnight money and fix-term deposits. Within Europe Raisin´s success is unique, […]
Raisin, previously known as SavingGlobal, has launched its pan-European savings marketplace, expanding for the first time beyond its home country of Germany and neighboring Austria.
TechCrunch April 6, 2016 - View Article
Raisin aims to take advantage of the differing interest rates paid by banks across Europe. The company had until now only offered German and Austrian citizens the chance to open higher-yielding accounts.
Wall Street Journal April 6, 2016 - View Article
Raisin, until last year known as SavingGlobal, has offered its products in Germany since 2013 and says that more than 40,000 customers have signed up since then, depositing almost €1 billion at 13 banks in Sweden, Croatia, Poland, Portugal, Ireland
Handelsblatt Global Edition April 6, 2016 - View Article
Customers in 30 countries gain access to higher-interest rate accounts across the continent Berlin, April 6th 2016 – Raisin has today launched the first-ever pan-European marketplace for savings. The European-wide launch follows Raisin’s successful 2013 debut in Germany where it operates under the name WeltSparen. In a little over two years, Raisin’s 35,000 customers have already deposited […]
Wednesday, 18th Nov 2015, Berlin: Savers across Europe will be among the first to benefit from Raisin’s new referral programme. Raisin, the European brand of Berlin-based fintech startup SavingGlobal, will be offering customers a welcome bonus for registering with the European platform ahead of its launch in a few weeks. With the holiday season rapidly […]
Press release SavingGlobal, a financial marketplace that enables savers to access the best deposit rates across Europe, has closed €20 million Series B financing BERLIN – 6 August 2015 – SavingGlobal, a financial marketplace that enables savers to access the best deposit rates across Europe, has closed €20 million Series B financing led by […]
Investing across borders is easy. Raisin based in Berlin, allows Germans to open as many accounts elsewhere in Europe as they like without ever visiting a branch.
The Economist March 13, 2015 - View Article
BERLIN – 6 August 2015 – Raisin, a financial marketplace that enables savers to access the best deposit rates across Europe, has closed €20 million Series B financing led by Palo Alto-based Ribbit Capital and Index Ventures with participation from Yuri Milner and Tom Stafford, bringing the total amount raised to €30 million. The funds […]