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October 2, 2022
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Texan challenger Viva First to launch for Latinos before year end

Via First, a Texas-based start-up, is gearing up to launch its Latino-focused challenger banking offering sometime in the last quarter of 2020. The plan is to first roll out the offering in Texas, focusing on Latino-heavy areas such as El Paso, San Antonio, and parts of the Rio Grande valley. “The Latino community has largely been banked in the wrong way with misguided practices,” says Via First’s co-founder, Natalia Muñoz-Moore. The fintech is piggybacking off Texas-based Spur Security Bank “We’re going to deliver a banking solution that truly speaks their language […] We spent a great deal of time building…
Texan challenger Viva First to launch for Latinos before year end

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