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Fintech start-up Tide to raise £60m

by Sarah Dunsby
11th Mar 19 11:54 am

Fintech start-up Tide are to raise £60m from investors, last month the Fintech company won a multimillion-pound grant.

Tide is partnered with Clearbank and won £60m from the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) of their competition remedies fund, which are aiming to match this with a cash injection from investors.

Tide provides bank accounts for SMEs and are to use the funds raised to grow and aim to capture at least 8% of the SME market by 2023.

Oliver Prill, Tide’s chief executive said, “This new investment plan will help Tide accelerate its strategy to capture a significant share of the SME banking market.

“It will allow us to reach our goal of becoming the leading business banking challenger in the UK.

“We want to create a genuine scale challenger to the oligopoly that has dominated and failed SMEs for too long.

“SMEs should have the option of a dedicated and focused banking partner that will help them grow their business.”

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