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  • Monese is a banking app designed for migrants
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Monese is a banking app designed for migrants

There are 3.5 million migrants living in the UK, and while the majority have a bank account, many experience problems opening a new one because of language barriers and a lack of correct documents. Aiming to solve that is Monese – a banking app designed especially for migrants.

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