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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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