Setting up a Vault companion card for my daughter

Goodbyes can be tough, particularly when it involves children leaving home to study overseas. Practical issues, such as frequent money transfers, safety and staying healthy can also make parents rethink whether studying abroad is worth it. However, on the technical side of things Vault certainly does make situations like these easier! This year my daughter […]

New study launched about ‘cashless Britain’

A new independent review is to be launched in the UK to study the decline in cash payments and the rise of digital transactions. The review will be chaired by Natalie Ceeney, former head of the Financial Ombudsman Service, and will investigate the impact on consumers over the next five to 15 years and examine […]

Why the UK leads the fintech race against the US

America: the world’s largest economy and the third-most populous country. Yet it seems to be lacking in fintech innovation and development, compared to other leading developed countries.  There is an insufficient number of US-based fintech firms which offer a legal framework for encouraging innovation and ensuring the protection of its consumers.  The rigid laws surrounding […]

Scotland National Trust adapts to contactless trend

As more organisations around the globe engage with the latest fintech trend, Scotland’s National Trust has also taken steps to endorse the cashless craze, by embedding contactless technology into replicas of two prominent artefacts.  In an attempt to water down the practice of cash donations at two distinguished historic locations, the National Trust has embedded […]

Avoiding the rip-off currency charges with deVere Vault

It may be the end of the peak summer season for most people, but for many others September is The Month for holidays. Typically, the major tourist destinations are a little calmer, the roads and beaches quieter, the flights cheaper, and the darker days of winter closer, amongst other factors, meaning that now is exactly […]

UK government launches coding school to encourage IT sector growth

The British government has launched a new program aimed at prospective coders in order to increase highly desirable technical skills in the labour market. The Institute of Coding is an association of 25 universities and 60 private firms that has received £40m in funding to push the project forward. Students will be offered an array […]

The future of banking is mobile

Demand is soaring for app-only banking across the UK and indeed the world. As a result, we’re seeing more and more traditional banks disappearing from the High Street. Earlier this month RBS announced it would be closing another 54 Royal Bank of Scotland branches early next year in England and Wales. In addition, Lloyds Bank […]

McCann Fitzgerald launches credit compliance app

One of Ireland’s leading law firms, McCann FitzGerald has launched another legal-tech application today, in a collection of AI-driven applications designed to revolutionise legal service delivery. The new Credit Reporting Compliance App assists businesses who offer credit, as they work to comply with their responsibilities under the Credit Reporting Act 2013. Anyone who provides any form […]

Out with the old, in with the new

Vault has greatly impacted my life – Before the app, I had always dedicated so much time and effort to banking procedures.  It has become so handy to give my spouse a Companion card without the need for them to provide onboarding documents, seeing as this option has saved us from an unnecessary procedure of […]

Freezing my card with Vault

Losing a card can often be a very inconvenient and time-consuming process, but not with Vault. As I was walking my dog the other day, my Vault Prepaid Mastercard fell out of my pocket – An unfortunate event yet one most of us have experienced at one point or another. I instantly reacted by feeling […]