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July 2, 2022
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Starling renews search for non-bank European lender

Starling Bank’s CEO, Anne Boden, says it’s still scoping out Europe’s non-bank lending market for potential acquisition targets. In an interview with Sifted this week, Boden said the UK challenger was actively searching “for lending businesses to buy”. This includes peer-to-peer (P2P) lenders, as well as small business lenders. It comes after AltFi spoke to Starling’s chief strategy officer, Declan Ferguson, last October. He said the fintech was looking at potential purchases of loan originators. Starling is seeing the benefits of fully utilising its UK banking licence Starling’s deposit base passed £3 billion back in July 2020, up from £600…
Starling renews search for non-bank European lender

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