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Revolut looks to expand in Germany following slow growth in DACH region. Meanwhile, EY lacks ‘willingness to come clean’ on its role as auditor to Wirecard.
Tom Witherow reports forecast figures from yesterdays spending review drawn before vaccine announcement on Monday.
Pressure from German parliament mounts on EY.
MP's are at the end of their tether. @MatthiasHauer accuses EY of “blockade mentality” & says confidentiality issues are used "as a pretext”. @CanselK calls acalled EY’s defence strategy “flimsy” and said audit firm lacks “willingness to come clean”. https://t.co/F8bIDWWtyC
— Olaf Storbeck (@OlafStorbeck) November 25, 2020
Adam Tooze reports 21% of dollars in circulation were printed in 2020.
— Adam Tooze (@adam_tooze) November 25, 2020
Revolut looks to expand dramatically in Germany.
Scoop: Neobank Revolut has 300k customers in Germany so far, a number @NStoronsky originally had in mind for September 2018.
Now it set new goals: 1,5 Million until the end of 2021 in the DACH-region and is looking for a German license. https://t.co/IQhbzbHgB3
— John Stanley Hunter (@JohnStanHunter) November 26, 2020
And finally, Bitcoin lost $2000 in value in an hour this morning.
There are currently around 27,500 financial advisers in the UK. Could be a busy afternoon. https://t.co/ZLmlN4gRTE
— Simon Harrington (@PensionWonk) November 25, 2020
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