Neon triples revenue in quest to become the biggest bank for Brazil’s working class

Neon triples revenue in quest to become the biggest bank for Brazil’s working class

When Pedro Conrade started Brazilian digital bank Neon in 2016, he was a 23-year-old business school student who was frustrated with the service and costs associated with traditional banking in his country. “I used to make $300 in a month to pay $200 a year in banking,” he recalls. “It was super expensive, and the […]

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