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January 19, 2022
Finance Technologies

Open Banking home finance start-up Youtility raises £4.5 million

UK home finance start-up Youtility has raised £4.5 million in a venture round led by ICAP founder Michael Spencer. Youtility co-founders Will Kostoris and Charlie Quigley Founded in September 2015 and based in London, Youtility aims to use Open Banking to enable customers to switch their energy, gas, and other utility suppliers. The platform allows banks to “seamlessly” connect their customers with personalised home services contracts best suited to their needs. Youtility plans to use its new funding to develop new product lines, hire across multiple areas of the business and evolve its data insights platform. The funding round also…
Open Banking home finance start-up Youtility raises £4.5 million

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