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Holvi sets out plans for European expansion

Sam Monk | 15:57 Thursday 16th May 2019

Small business current account provider Holvi has announced plans to expand its presence across the eurozone, focusing on Ireland, Italy, Belgium, France and the Netherlands.

The Finnish start-up — which now covers over 150,000 micro-businesses across Europe — has been offering business banking for micro-businesses in Germany, Austria and Finland for over three years.

Holvi is backed by global bank BBVA and is authorised to operate across the European Economic Area (EEA) under the Payment Services Directive.

“We have continued to iterate and expand our product offering and are really pleased with the positive response from our existing customers,” said Antti-Jussi Suominen, CEO at Holvi.

 “Taking the product to new customers across the eurozone and helping the everyday entrepreneur to succeed is now our focus and priority.”

Pictured above: The Holvi team

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