CompaniesFidor Bank

Fidor Bank

Fidor Bank is a digital bank founded in Germany in 2009 in an effort to re-establish lost confidence in banking with new and customer-focused services, enabling its customers to actively participate in the bank’s decision-making processes. The bank’s current portfolio of products in Germany covers retail and business banking ranging from basic bank accounts and savings bonds,  to various lending offers. All are accessible from the same bank account. In Germany Fidor currently has around 100,000 clients and more than 300,000 community members.

Fidor is one of the world’s most innovative banks and has received several international awards for its disruptive, transparent approach to banking, its Fintech activity and innovative use of social media. Recently, Fidor Bank was awarded “Global Growth Company” by The World Economic Forum and Celent Banking Model of the year 2015.

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