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Lanistar is a banking alternative fintech company. It offers a debit card product that aims to allow customers to streamline their money through technology.
TypePrivate
Founded2019
Websiteiamlanistar.com

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Employees (est.) (Mar 2020)45
Cybersecurity ratingAMore
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Lanistar Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2019

Lanistar total Funding

$21.3 m

Lanistar latest funding size

$18.92 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago

Lanistar investors

Lanistar's latest funding round in July 2020 was reported to be $18.9 m. In total, Lanistar has raised $21.3 m. Lanistar's latest valuation is reported to be £150 m.
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Lanistar Revenue

Market valuation

150.0m
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Lanistar Cybersecurity Score

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A

94/100

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Lanistar Online and Social Media Presence

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Lanistar News and Updates

Fintech Lanistar risks financial collapse failing to pay senior managers

Payments startup Lanistar is reportedly facing a series of employment tribunal cases over unpaid salaries from current and former staff, The post Fintech Lanistar risks financial collapse as it fails to pay managers and faces legal action appeared first on CityAM.

ASA rules against misleading communications by Lanistar and Laybuy

Controversial fintech startup Lanistar is back in the wars again after the Advertising Standards Authority ruled that claims made by the firm about the saffety of its card payments product could not be substantiated.

Controversial fintech Lanistar scores FCA approval

Lanistar, the much-hyped fintech that found itself in hot water with the UK's Financial Conduct Authority last year, says it has now secured the regulator's approval to operate as an Electronic Money Directive (EMD) agent of payments firm Modulr.

The UK's financial regulator u-turned on its scam warning about Instagram-hyped fintech Lanistar

Summary List Placement The UK's financial regulator has withdrawn a warning around London fintech Lanistar after several days of confusion. Lanistar, founded in 2019, wants to offer challenger banking services but was hit with the scam warning on Wednesday from the UK's Financial Conduct Authority …

FCA removes Lanistar warning after disclaimer commitment

Following the FCA receiving a number of consumer reports, on Wednesday 18 November we issued a consumer warning against Lanistar. Today, the firm agreed to add an appropriate disclaimer to its marketing materials updating its regulatory status to confirm that it is not conducting regulated activitie…

FCA removes Lanistar warning after disclaimer commitment

Following the FCA receiving a number of consumer reports, on Wednesday 18 November we issued a consumer warning against Lanistar. Today, the firm agreed to add an appropriate disclaimer to its marketing materials updating its regulatory status to confirm that it is not conducting regulated activitie…
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Lanistar Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Lanistar founded?

    Lanistar was founded in 2019.

  • How many employees does Lanistar have?

    Lanistar has 45 employees.

  • Who are Lanistar competitors?

    Competitors of Lanistar include Aiia, Juno and Dashpay.