Starling Bank Doesn’t Want to Sell to a Bank

Starling Bank intends to go public in two or three years; they are also eyeing breakeven by the end of next year according to the Daily Mail; CEO and founder Anne Boden made it clear on the company’s intentions stating, “I didn’t do all of this to sell out to a big bank…I think the future for us will be an initial public offering (IPO) in two to three years’ time.” No digital bank has applied for an IPO though Tandem has also shared that they are interested in pursuing an IPO; Revolut’s CEO has stated that they will not pursue an IPO until they are valued at $20 billion. Fintech Futures

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