Metro Bank has enhanced its business banking offering via three new fintech and SME partnerships.
Business lending marketplace Funding Options, international trade service specialists Conance and digital business account provider DueDil will team up with the challenger bank.
Metro Bank is currently aiming to inject competition into the SME banking market and is committed to collaborating with UK SMEs and fintechs.
“At Metro Bank, we are focused on collaborating with the most innovative partners in order to give our SME customers the edge in today’s competitive market,” said Paul Riseborough, chief commercial officer at Metro Bank.
“That’s why we’re proud to be partnering with and integrating Funding Options, Conance and DueDil into our proposition.”
Simon Cureton, chief executive officer at Funding Options, added: “Our goal is to ensure that all small and medium businesses can access the money they need, when they need it.”
Graeme Sands, managing director at Conance, stated that it looked forward to “enhancing” the business banking offering to Metro Bank’s customers.
Denis Dorval, chief operating officer at DueDil, described the performance of the SME sector as “booming”.
“…By digitalising the onboarding process for business banking, Metro Bank is poised to deliver better customer experiences for thousands of SMEs.”
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