London-based fintech Ummah Finance has announced that it has rebranded to become MoneeMint.
MoneeMint aims to provide a fresh retail banking experience to its target market of millennial customers.
The company is looking to develop a socially responsible banking solution and provide customers with a digital-first experience.
To coincide with the rebrand, MoneeMint has launched a new website to allow it to increase interaction with its prospective customers, investors and partners.
“It is an important time that Ummah Finance has been rebranded to MoneeMint taking into consideration feedback from our prospective investor and customer community,” said Hassan Waqar, co-founder and CEO at MoneeMint (pictured above).
“There was a need to launch a more modern and fresh-looking brand for us to get the right message out.
“This is an exciting time for the company and through our marketing strategy we are creating an even stronger brand presence both online and offline.”
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