(I searched for the UK Fintech and the Brexit, but I didn’t found any topic about this subject.)
Now that final countdown is near the end, in the end 2020 UK will leave formally the European Union. Some Fintechs will go for a country in European Union (such as much of other more incumbent financial institutions.)
- Revolut will be go first to Lithuania and then to Ireland.
- Trading 212 will “reallocate” to Ireland, even having already a Bulgarian license.
- Freetrade seems to had chosen Sweden (a weird choice? Being Ireland a more consensus choice and a close geographical and linguistic choice).
- Skrill already have left London to Ireland.
Other UK Fintechs have made any moves to prevent a (hard) Brexit?
For example, TransferWise, Monese, Curve, any P2P Lending platform, etc.