N26 Press Releases
The Mobile Bank N26 today announced its record-breaking $900+ million Series E funding round, the largest financing round to date for a digital bank in Europe.
Pan-European research from N26 reveals how the COVID-19 pandemic has transformed the way students manage their money.
N26, the mobile bank, and the NGO ANDES launch the first Re-Cash dispenser to help and support young people and students in distress
This unique donation campaign begins today and will continue until June 19, at the forecourt of Saint-Lazare Station. It will allow the financing of new ANDES solidarity grocery stores across France.
For the last 8 months, one in two customers have subscribed to a paid offer, strengthening the profitability of N26, the leader of neobanks in France.
N26 will launch a comprehensive new insurance offer as The Mobile Bank expands its 100% digital experience into the insurance space.
N26 and SumUp partner up to lower barriers for cashless payment acceptance for freelancers and the self-employed
A new partnership between the two industry pioneers will help freelancers, self-employed and entrepreneurs digitize their payment systems with easy and convenient cashless payments.
ifo-N26 Economic Monitor reveals year-long financial impact of COVID-19 across Europe - with 2020 consumer spending down 15% in Germany, 20% in France, 25% in Spain and 30% in Italy from pre-pandemic levels
Global digital bank N26 and Germany’s ifo Institute for Economic Research today announced the launch of the ifo-N26 Economic Monitor.
The new office in Paris will bring together the management team for France, where N26 has already convinced more than 1.8 million French people in 4 years.
N26 today announced that The Mobile Bank will soon welcome Gilles BianRosa on board as its new Chief Product Officer.
New study launched ahead of International Women’s Day reveals women are becoming more financially independent than men
While women globally are more likely to feel stressed overall, they find financial stress less worrisome than their male counterparts