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August 15, 2022
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US neobank North Loop partners with Aussie edtech Cohort Go

North Loop, a US challenger bank designed specifically for international students, has partnered with Australia-based start-up Cohort Go, an edtech helping prospective students set up living arrangements for study abroad. The partnership will allow the neobank’s users to send funds from more than 100 countries to the US fee-free. North Loop says Cohort Go was “the most affordable option” as a partner The neobank was created by former international student Tahem Veer Verma, who is also the co-founder of edtech Kings Learning, an app which provides employability-focused English Language training. North Loop users do not need a US social security…
US neobank North Loop partners with Aussie edtech Cohort Go

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