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  • Juno is the first bank you’ll ever love
  • Juno is the first bank you’ll ever love
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Juno is the first bank you’ll ever love

“My parents opened my bank account for me when I was a teenager,” says 31-year-old Nadia. “I just never left.” Many Gen Yers are apathetic about their bank; they’d rather not have to think about it. But mobile-first offering Juno is hoping it can get this group excited about the way they bank.

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