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March 29, 2023
Finance Technologies

G2A co-founder launches banking challenger Zen in 32 countries

Zen, a pan-European banking challenger launched out of Poland by G2A co-founder Dawid Rożek, has gone live in 32 European countries. Dawid Rożek, Zen founder Riding off an e-money licence issued by the Lithuanian central bank, Zen targets consumers who spend a lot online, and businesses which want to grow their e-commerce revenues. The start-up already houses around 150 employees from the likes of SIA, Mastercard, Ayden, Alior Bank, Deutsche Bank and Citi. They are based across Lithuania, Poland, and the Netherlands. Founder Rożek is also the co-founder of gaming product resale marketplace G2A – which has some 20 million…
G2A co-founder launches banking challenger Zen in 32 countries

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