More NewsAnthemis Closes €1.87m Investment in Fidor Bank

Anthemis Closes €1.87m Investment in Fidor Bank

Anthemis Holdings, the strategic investment subsidiary of Anthemis Group, has closed a €1.87m round of new investment in Fidor Bank, a provider of online financial services and e-commerce banking solutions.

Fidor Bank, together with its subsidiaries, is a Munich-based provider of online financial services and e-commerce banking solutions with a focus on providing a modern, social banking and e-wallet service to their retail and corporate customers. Fidor’s retail customers can manage multiple currency accounts (including accounts denominated in precious metals and alternative virtual currencies), peer-to-peer (P2P) lending and borrowing, and savings products on one intuitive platform.

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