Swedish fintech Northmill receives a banking license (1/14)

”Northmill has grown organically and laid a solid foundation with our current credit and insurance offerings to our 200,000 users. The most recent product, Rebilla Reduce, aims to lower people’s current interest rate on existing credits. By being able to operate as a bank, we have the tools to take the next step and drive true positive change for the users.” says Margareta Lindahl, Chairwoman of the Board at Northmill.

Source: SiliconCanals

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