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  • If you’re looking for a corporate card to streamline your company’s finances and earn you rewards, the Brex card for startups is worth considering.
  • The Brex card doesn’t require a personal credit check, and it determines your credit limit based on how much money your company has raised.
  • For a limited time, if you apply for the Brex card through our link and are approved, you’ll get a complimentary subscription to Business Insider — or an extension of your membership if you’re already a subscriber.
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Why fintechs like Brex and SoFi are switching from Visa to Mastercard

  • Fintechs like Brex, Dave, MoneyLion, and SoFi have all switched from Visa to Mastercard to power their payments.
  • Mastercard formed a new fintech-focused team in February led by Sherri Haymond, executive vice president of digital partnerships.
  • Part of Mastercard’s draw, the fintechs said, is that it treats fintechs like any major enterprise client, with bespoke product strategies and consulting-like collaboration.
  • Both Mastercard and Visa have platforms just for fintechs up and running on their payments rails.
  • The networks don’t differ materially in terms of where they can process payments. So courting fintechs often comes down to what the networks offer beyond that. 
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When personal-finance startup Dave was considering switching its card issuer for a new product, the pitch from Mastercard came straight from the

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