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  • Financial app Mondo gains a UK banking licence
  • Financial app Mondo gains a UK banking licence
    Susanne Nilsson (2015) ©
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Financial app Mondo gains a UK banking licence

Digital financial app Mondo has been granted a UK banking licence, allowing it to offer the same range of services as traditional high street banks. Despite this, the company has decided to stick to its core product, focusing exclusively on online current accounts.

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