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How Has COVID-19 Affected Consumers' Savings in Europe

The COVID-19 pandemic brought the world to its knees in a remarkably short amount of time. Fortunately, with more people getting vaccinated, the effects of the pandemic are slowly but surely receding into the past as nations in Europe move forward.


New service: Saldo Kredit says Hej Sweden!

Saldo Kredit launched successfully in Sweden in September and is serving up fuss-free access to finances that locals are snapping up.


New service: Saldo SME loan program offers partner status to clients

Corporates now have the possibility to become Saldo partners via a new corporate loans program that will give businesses in Finland a much needed boost. Saldo’s aim is to streamline the process by empowering B2B SMEs, cutting out unnecessary paperwork and confusing clauses, and putting an end to financing delays.


Customer service specialist – the voice of the company

When Saldo launched its loan services in Lithuania at the beginning of 2021, Rusnė was the first Customer Service Specialist recruited.


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Saldo named in Fintech Farm’s annual guide for the second year running

In 2019, Fintech Farm recognised Saldo as a provider to watch as it out-performed the Finnish fintech industry’s average growth by an impressive 59%. This year, Saldo advanced to the ‘Established’ category, and was recognised for overcoming 2020 challenges with an energetic and flexible approach.


A return to reality: Money20/20 hosts first in-person event since COVID-19

After a year of virtual events, Money20/20 made a huge comeback in Amsterdam this week with more than 4,000 professionals and 1,500 companies in attendance.


International growth and SME loan services in focus

Saldo Finance Plc continued its steady progress during Q2 2021 despite the temporary legislation restricting consumer credits and direct marketing. Turnover was EUR 6,8 million (2021 Q1 EUR 7,5 million) and net profit EUR 4 million (2021 Q1 EUR 5,2 million).