Interesting list… I wonder why Monzo didn’t make the list
DIdn’t they? I’m afraid that image is beyond the scope of my [corrected] eyesight. How do I make it bigger please? R-
I’ve had my face pressed all the way up to screen… that’s as big as I could make it
Not to worry - thanks for trying. R-
Nationwide are a digital bank?
I think if you click on the image I embedded in the post twice it’ll open full size
Because the list is bollocks?
The Kred Algorithm analyzes the Social Media Presence in a transparent manner and ranks the companies.
They didn’t actually look at the banking services.
Oh, and they can’t spell either.
Yup - I can mange that … pressed up against the screen R-
it’s weird because even RBS made the list
Starling at number 72 also
That’s some random list mainly legacy
Can’t believe the Nigerian bank are not first, the Prince’s must not like it that much as they can’t be getting the proceeds from the emails they send out
Can’t help but notice Starling in there
Could it be digital banks that offer business accounts?
The Starling text - while it could be just general marketing blah, blah - states ‘manage your finances from your mobile or desktop’ and Starling offers desktop access to business accounts only?
If my far-fetched theory holds water, Monzo probably didn’t make it as their business account isn’t released from controlled beta yet.
By this definition, all banks are essentially digital.
What exactly is this list analysing? By ‘digital bank’, do they just mean a bank with a web presence (which is essentially all of them)?
Laughable, especially when you look at the “stats” this guys is tweeting out!
Still, this badboy is trending. It’s got all of 1 retweet even though he has 28k+ “followers”.
By this definition I run a digital bank.
Is it a ‘top 100’ digital bank, by any chance?
It seems to be based on app downloads. It’s the only criteria I can see making sense given the named in there and their respective order