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  • BNPL fintechs are winning over Aussie Gen Zers
  • BNPL fintechs are winning over Aussie Gen Zers
    David Dvořáček (2019) ©
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BNPL fintechs are winning over Aussie Gen Zers

Buy Now, Pay Later fintech pioneers are seeing a huge success with Aussie Gen Yers and Zers, edging out traditional bank offerings. As consumers – especially young people – take an economic hit due to the pandemic, financial brands have the chance to innovate to match new economic realities.

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