Canadians can now turn to challenger bank KOHO to help pay expenses on time and avoid fees and interest.
KOHO launched an Early Payroll feature today to their entire user base, which provides users free access to $100 of their paycheque 3 days before the scheduled payday. Continue reading “KOHO Launches Free Early Payroll Feature”
Toronto-based fintech KOHO has added the support of Google Pay to their no-fee banking app. Continue reading “KOHO Launches Support of Google Pay”
KOHO is piloting a new Early Payroll feature that will help those under financial strain pay their bills and make ends meet. Continue reading “KOHO Gives Canadians Early Access To CERB Benefits”
Fintech startup KOHO today announced a partnership with fellow Canadian startup Hyr that will provide Hyr users early access to a portion of their pay at no cost. Continue reading “KOHO And Hyr Partner To Give Canadians Early Access To Their Pay”
KOHO announced today that it has closed a $42 million fundraising round led by Portag3 Ventures, including Greyhound Capital and other strategic investors. Continue reading “KOHO Raises $42 Million in Series B Round”
The average Canadian pays around $159 in bank fees per year – some of the highest in the world. That’s more than what most savings accounts with a $12,000 balance would earn in annual interest. Continue reading “KOHO Launches Tool to Help Canadians Find Hidden Bank Fees”
Toronto-headquartered Koho has created a cinematic provocation in response to North Americans paying among the highest banking fees in the world. Continue reading “Koho Turns to Cinema to get Consumers Woke to Banking”