Roger Wilsher was a senior writer for finder.com, covering a range of personal finance subjects.
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Monzo set to launch business account to “make money work for more people”
Digital challenger Monzo is planning to launch a business current account to serve entrepreneurs, freelancers, sole traders, and small business owners.
Digital bank Monzo teams up with PayPoint so users can deposit money at corner shops
Monzo bank announced its strategic partnership today to give people a convenient way to deposit their cash.
New challenger bank N26 current accounts are available to everyone in the UK
Online bank N26 has officially launched in the UK with the aim of drawing thousands of British bank customers away from its competitors.
Customers can now spread the cost of what they buy online from George at ASDA
ASDA's online customers can make "flexible payments" to spread the cost of anything they buy on the George website.
Brexit turmoil hits the value of the pound and causes UK shares to plunge
Shares in UK house builders and big banks fall heavily because of chaos surrounding the government's draft Brexit plan.
Money transfer service Transferwise adds a new debit card to its business banking
As well as a new card, the fintech unicorn is integrating with global accounting platform Xero.
Starling Bank puts its stamp on cash transactions by linking with the Post Office
Challenger bank Starling and Post Office get together so customers can deposit and withdraw cash at branches.
From today NatWest is offering free home valuations to all its broker-arm customers
NatWest Intermediary Solutions has joined competitors in offering any customer the benefit of a free home valuation and cashback.
Travel firm BeRightBack is using Netflix-style subscriptions for holidays with a twist
How does spending £50 a month for a weekend break in a European destination every four months sound?
NatWest launches Mettle, its own digital app-only, future-focused business bank
The hope is that Mettle will help the bank maintain its profit and see off its growing number of UK challengers.