Ex-HSBC banker aims to make lending purposeful again

Dozens, the latest digital banking offering, aims to revolutionise retail banking in favour of the customer, by routing returns back to depositors and avoiding most unsecured consumer lending. Is this an unworkable goal, or is founder Aritra Chakravarty on to something?

  • By Jasper Cox
  • 12 Feb 2019

Dozens (branded with a lower-case D) is the latest digital financial app to attempt to prize depositors and savers away from the major players. It has $8m of seed money from STI Financial Group, a Hong Kong-based asset manager, and launched its app last month.

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