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UK fintechs: partnering with banks in the US

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UK fintechs: partnering with banks in the US

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Insight and recommendations on what UK fintech companies need to know to successfully partner with a US bank.

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This report, published by the Department for International Tradeís US Team in collaboration with LendIt Fintech, helps UK fintechs work with US banks. The US represents the UKís largest net financial services export market.

The report covers:

  • promising areas in bank-fintech collaboration
  • how to get the attention of US banking institutions
  • important preparation insights
  • elements of a successful partnership

Find out about how the DITís Leading Edge Global Partnerships Programme on great.gov.uk supports UK fintechs.


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