We have been delighted by the success of the digital banking app Moey. This innovative app was recently launched by our Portuguese partners, Crédito Agrícola. Most importantly, this digital bank has attracted some 20 thousand customers in very a short time.
Challengers gunning for banking domination
In its coverage of the recent Web Summit event in Lisbon, Handelsblatt was a little critical of the banks. The paper reported that the banks were mostly absent from the financial themed part of the event, the so-called MoneyConf. According to Handelsblatt, the event was mostly attended by tech companies.
Read the full article here. (in german)
These were both established giants such as eBay, Google and Amazon, and startup fintechs. All of these are gunning for domination of the financial industry or parts of it.
Crédito Agrícola bank leads the way with the Moey app
Crédito Agrícola was, however, very much present at the Web Summit. The bank demonstrated the Moey banking app and was very well received. Handelsblatt interviewed Crédito Agrícola Director Jorge Almeida Gonçalves who pointed out that the app will soon become even more useful for its fast-growing customer base.
Moey and Meniga at Web Summit
At Money Summit Meniga’s Chief Revenue Officer, Jakub Piotrowski, and Crédito Agrícola’s Director of Innovation & Digital Ricardo Madeira took the stage in a fireside chat. During the chat they addressed questions such Why did Crédito Agricola launch the moey! app? What were the main challenges? What are the most interesting areas for improvement for retail banks? Can banks be more socially responsible? Is open banking putting banks at risk?
Meniga around the globe
Meniga’s co-founder and CEO, Georg Ludviksson, is also interviewed by the German business paper. He points out that Moey is one of many projects we at Meniga are working on with banks and other financial institutions. After all, we are active in 30 countries.
Born to guide banks
As Handelsblatt points out, the Moey banking app offers a way forward for European banks. It also states that international technology companies like Meniga are essential to guide banks in an increasingly intense competitive environment. We are happy to play this essential role for our partners in the banking and financial industry. After all, it was what we were born to do.
This German business paper is based in Dusseldorf and is one of the leading newspapers in the German-speaking world. About 200 journalists and correspondents work for the publication.