Raisin (also known as WeltSparen) is the leading pan-European savings and investment marketplace connecting retail customers with banks looking to expand or diversify their deposit reach. We are available in English across Europe and operate country-dedicated platforms in Germany, France, Spain, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Austria. Raisin is one of the leading fintech companies in Europe and has been featured on The FinTech50 list of the top 50 fintechs across Europe in 2016, 2017 and 2018. Our platforms are the #1 online marketplace for term deposits worldwide with more than 180,000 satisfied customers and exceed €13 billion in deposits invested via the Raisin platforms. Through our partnership with Vanguard and BNP Paribas we also offer a broad range of cost-effective ETFs.

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Raisin is a leading European savings and investment platform, which gives access to the most competitive interest rates and financial products for savers across 31 countries. The cross-continental model allows customers to benefit from collaborations with leading banks and financial institutions all over Europe, including over 250 investment and savings products. Raisin offers seven different platforms for users in different countries, and is branded as Raisin in the UK, France, Spain, and the Netherlands, but also as WeltSparen in Austria and its native Germany. Raisin, based in Berlin, Germany, was first established in 2013 by Michale Stephen, Dr. Frank Freund, and Dr. Tamaz Georgadze, all formerly of McKinsey. The company is backed by top tier venture capital investment partners. As of May 2019, Raisin is ranked as a FOCUS Top 10 Employer in Germany and has over 250 employees including people of more than 30 nationalities. The company has achieved a very high TrustScore of 9.3 thanks to its strong focus on customer service. It has 65 major banks as partners, including Santander, N26, BinckBank, and many more. In 2018, Raisin was ranked in the Financial Times 100 Digital Champions of Europe, and 5th in the European FinTech 50.

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