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This article was published on May 26, 2015


Holvi’s online-first bank service is now open to users in Finland with more countries to follow

Holvi’s online-first bank service is now open to users in Finland with more countries to follow
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Holvi’sonline banking service for “makers and doers” is opening up its service for users in Finland to sign up without an invitation.

The company’s banking service makes it easy for businesses, sole traders and others to quickly set up an online store, send out invoices and receive money in a single place.

Holvi also gave a sneak peek at its upcoming business debit card on its blog today. The card is issued under the Mastercard brand, meaning it’ll work anywhere a traditional card does, as well as online.

You’ll instantly get notifications for purchases made with your card on your phone and you can disable the card instantly from the app.

Those interested that live in Finland can sign up without an invitation from today and in the coming weeks Germany and Austria will be opened up, followed by the rest of Europe.

➤ Holvi

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