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Oct
18

Volt Bank joins the Cashwerkz platform

By joining the Cashwerkz platform, Volt will be able to extend its deposit facilities beyond its customers to direct investors and financial professionals

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Oct
17

Volt partners with Frollo to create Volt Labs and put customers first

Volt Labs, the co-creation consumer app co-built by Volt and Frollo, has recently surpassed 10,000 users.

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Jul
26

FIS powers payment services for Australia’s all-digital Volt Bank

New digital bank Volt Bank has chosen technology and services from FIS (NYSE: FIS) to power its mobile and card payment services.

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May
28

Fintech: Game Changers. Steve Weston – Volt Bank

Steve Weston is CEO of Volt Bank. Tier One People CEO Dexter Cousins caught up with Steve at Volt Banks HQ in Sydney to talk everything digital banking.

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May
03

Volt bank to build mortgage platform with IRESS

Digital bank Volt has revealed a new partnership with veteran fintech vendor IRESS to build its customer-facing mortgage system.

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Apr
12

Aussie fintech Volt Bank starts by asking consumers what they want

In January, the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) gave fintech startup Volt Bank a licence to operate without restrictions as an authorised deposit-taking institution (ADI). The green light was given to the new player following APRA approval in May 2018 to act in the Australian finance market as a Restricted ADI. The APRA approval gave Volt the title as the first digital startup bank in Australia to receive a banking licence since the early 2000s. Funds up to AU$250,000 deposited into Volt are guaranteed by the Australian government as part of this arrangement. However, as Volt's senior digital marketing manager Kim Kooren told Salesforce World Tour in Sydney, the company […]
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Mar
28

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Mar
12

Digital bank Volt eyes business customers as fintechs chase data

Neobank Volt has small business in its sights as it develops data-driven products, acknowledging that startup founders are the most likely to take up digital banking options first. The startup, which secured a fully fledged banking licence in January and is preparing to launch a consumer offer in coming months, joins other financial technology firms in its quest to offer self-employed customers better products by reviewing their data in real time. Speaking from the sidelines of Salesforce’s World Tour event in Sydney on Wednesday, Volt chief executive Steve Weston said the business was looking at rolling out business transaction accounts, term deposits and business loans from 2020. “The tech community […]

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