Tandem has announced it now has 250,000 customers across its cashback credit card, fixed term savers and account aggregating banking app.
The mobile bank reached its 100,000-customer milestone in May and now plans to launch a new card and mortgage products tailored to individual customers.
Ricky Knox, CEO at Tandem (pictured above), said it was excited to see what it could do with personalisation.
“The future of banking is going to be about knowing your customers and offering them products and services that work for them.
“It’s also where you start saving them a whole lot of hassle and stress, which is why we started Tandem in the first place.”
Ricky felt that Tandem’s ethos and open approach to banking resonated with people.
“We’re the bank whose entire senior team takes to the streets for London Pride to show that we genuinely care about the community we’re serving.
“Obviously you need great products, that’s a given, but it’s also our vision for a bank that’s got your back that the UK is responding to.
“It’s one of the reasons we’re outstripping legacy banks when it comes to growth."
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