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Deutsche Bank Launches Digital Bank Fyrst to Service Freelancers, Founders and Entrepreneurs, but is Suspended by its Subsidiary

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German multinational investment bank and financial services company, Deutsche Bank has started a digital bank called Fyrst.

The digital bank would provide services for freelancers, founders and entrepreneurs.

However, the project is currently suspended by former subsidiary, Postbank.

Fyrst may be a challenger to other fintechs, with one of its main aims being to compete with smaller suppliers for large-scale institutes.

The banking newcomer has announced that it is the first digital bank specifically for self-employed worker which offers the ‘promise of security’.

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Traditional banks have often ignored nomad and one-man workers since their business model has long been considered less lucrative, but this creation suggests a change in thinking from the 15th largest bank in the world.

Fyrst will compete with services such as Finnish bank, Holvi, who recently announced Germany as one of their core markets and focuses on creating advocacy among freelancers and small digital businesses by offering services such as tax calculation.

Other potential competitors include Berlin-based, Kontist and Penta.