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Money Banking-as-a-Service: Solarisbank raises another 60 million euros

15:40  30 june  2020
15:40  30 june  2020 Source:   t3n.de

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Your business. The banking - as - a - service platform. Tech company with a banking license. We treat the banking services on our platform as building blocks, which our partners can mix and match to create banking services As a pure B2B2X platform, solarisBank is always a strictly neutral partner.

Keywords. Findex. Banking - as - a - service platform IbanFirst raises EUR10 million . 18 October 2016. The company is joining a range of other platforms offering similar plug-and-play bundles to Eu businesses, including Germany's solarisBank and Sutor Bank .

Solarisbank-CEO Roland Folz © Solarisbank / © MaxThrellfall Solarisbank CEO Roland Folz

Solarisbank received 60 million euros from investors as part of a Series C financing round. The valuation of the German banking-as-a-service company thus rises to 320 million euros.

Berlin's Solarisbank has completed a Series C financing round of EUR 60 million. In total, the startup has received 160 million euros from investors in the past four years. "The current round of financing will help us decisively to accelerate the establishment of our pan-European platform," explains Solarisbank CEO Roland Folz. The financing round was led by Holtzbrinck Ventures. Vulcan Capital, Samsung Catalyst Fund and Storm Ventures have invested in the banking-as-a-service company as new investors.

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SolarisBank , the Berlin-based “ banking platform” co-founded by fintech company builder Finleap, appears to be on quite a roll. The company, which now claims nearly 60 corporate clients who offer various financial services powered by solarisBank , has closed €56.6 million in Series B funding in a

Visa Invests In solarisBank — And Banking - As - A - Service . By PYMNTS. solarisBank , the first FinTech with a full banking license, raised EUR 56.6 million in a round of funding that Since then, it has developed a so-called “ banking as a platform” business that is being used by close to 60

According to Solarisbank, about half of the investment was made by former investor Yabeo with the support of BBVA, SBI Group, ABN Amro Ventures, Global Brain, Hegus and Lakestar. According to media reports, the Solarisbank is now valued at 320 million euros. Solarisbank operates a platform for banking-as-a-service. The platform allows companies to offer financial services without having a banking license. At the end of the first half of 2020, Solarisbank said it managed funds from around 400,000 end customers.

Solarisbank shows interest in Wirecard customers

CEO Folz has shown Reuters interest in the customers of the insolvent Dax company Wirecard. The Solarisbank boss also thinks conversations with some Wirecard employees are possible. However, according to Reuters, Folz did not want to comment on a potential takeover of parts of the Wirecard business.

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