Raisin

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Raisin is a savings and investments marketplace, connecting retail customers with banks looking to expand or diversify their deposit reach. Its financial marketplace provides users across Europe with a destination to get access to savings products, ranging from overnight flexible savings to long-term deposits, enabling individuals and businesses to access term deposits safely and securely, seamlessly transfer funds as well as manage all their deposits through a single platform.

TypePrivate
Founded2013
HQBerlin, DE
Websiteraisin.com
Employee Ratings4.2

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Employees (est.) (Oct 2019)198(+5%)
Job Openings24
Cybersecurity ratingAMore
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Key People/Management at Raisin

Tamaz Georgadze

Tamaz Georgadze

Chief Executive Officer & Founder
Jim Banister

Jim Banister

Chief Product Officer (CPO)
Michael Stephan

Michael Stephan

Chief Operation Officer (COO) & Founder
Frank Freund

Frank Freund

Chief Financial Officer & Founder
Igor Bartkowiak

Igor Bartkowiak

Vice President Finance
Kim Felix Fomm

Kim Felix Fomm

Chief Investment Officer (CIO)
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Raisin Office Locations

Raisin has an office in Berlin
Berlin, DE (HQ)
14A Immanuelkirchstraße
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Raisin Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2013

Raisin total Funding

$205.8 m

Raisin latest funding size

$28 m

Time since last funding

3 years ago

Raisin investors

Raisin's latest funding round in July 2019 was reported to be $28 m. In total, Raisin has raised $205.8 m
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Raisin Operating Metrics

Raisin's Customers was reported to be 165 k in Mar, 2019.
Feb, 2019Mar, 2019

Banks

70

Countries

31

Customers

160 k165 k

Products Registered

250

Raisin Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
Fairr.de GmbHAugust 27, 2019
MHB BankMarch 06, 2019

Raisin Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

A

92/100

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Raisin Online and Social Media Presence

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Raisin Blogs

Well-being at Raisin – Stories from Learning & Development

SAWABONA – I see you! Stories from our Learning & Development team by Maja Bazan, Head of Learning & Development on May 5th, 2021 “Sawabona” is an African tribe’s beautiful greeting, translating to “I see you, you are important to me and I value you.” As a response, people say “Shiboka” mean…

Raisin – Get maximum interest rates for your savings

When looking for ways to invest your hard-earned money, safety and a good return on investment are prime considerations. To get the best rates available, however, you don’t have to limit your choice to the bank that you have a savings account with. Raisin, the first and only pan-European deposit mar…

How to get the best rates on term deposits: the staircase strategy

As the low-interest phase that Europe is in persists, savers ask themselves: if I can’t even earn interest on my savings, what’s the point of deposits? The so-called “staircase strategy”, recommended by Germany’s leading consumer organization Stiftung Warentest, offers a way around low rates. The st…

The Pain of Paying and the perfection of consumption

Debit cards. Credit cards. Loyalty cards. Cash. The modern wallet contains more and more means that help us to spend money easily. This is supported by innovations that aim to make the traditional wallet redundant, sooner or later – ultimately, spending money should not only be relaxed and easy, but…

How savers can beat inflation

High inflation and low interest rates are a big threat for savers. In the long run, however, inflation can be beaten substantially if we respond to the challenge in the right way. Savers are generally disciplined. They track their finances, pay their bills on time and regularly set aside part of the…

Company Growth Employee Growth: A Startup Story

Saving and investing well means stability, responsibility, security. Saving enables people to pursue their dreams, to sleep better at night, to retire with dignity. With a pan-European marketplace for savings, investments and pensions, Raisin’s objective is breaking down barriers to help Europeans s…
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Raisin Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Raisin founded?

    Raisin was founded in 2013.

  • Who are Raisin key executives?

    Raisin's key executives are Tamaz Georgadze, Jim Banister and Michael Stephan.

  • How many employees does Raisin have?

    Raisin has 198 employees.

  • Who are Raisin competitors?

    Competitors of Raisin include Jordan Ahli Bank, Bank Handlowy and Mizrahi Tefahot Bank.

  • Where is Raisin headquarters?

    Raisin headquarters is located at 14A Immanuelkirchstraße, Berlin.

  • Where are Raisin offices?

    Raisin has an office in Berlin.

  • How many offices does Raisin have?

    Raisin has 1 office.