Raisin has announced that its customer base has reached 100,000 and has integrated more than 40 partner banks from 18 European countries.
Since its launch, the German investment platform has secured customers from 32 countries with 129 different nationalities.
Raisin customers have been able to earn €35m in excess interest up to present day.
More than €4bn has been invested through the platform, mostly in fixed-term deposits with maturities of up to two years.
The majority of customers are aged between 56 to 65 years and the proportion of female savers has increased by 16%, accounting for around one-third of all customers.
Raisin recently added its newest partner bank solarisBank and has increased the platform’s number of investment offers to 170.
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