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Best young entrepreneurs in 2022 revealed: Gen Z goes to space

On a mission to support the growing number of young talented entrepreneurs, Wise has identified the most promising young founders across Europe. Now in its 5th year, the 20 Under 20 competition hel...

Wise launches 18 weeks minimum full pay paternity leave across 17 global offices

Wise, the global technology company building the best way to move money around the world, today announces a new leave policy, rolled out worldwide.

Wise named a top 20 ‘best place to work’ in 2022 by Glassdoor

Wise has been awarded the Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Award, recognising the UK’s Best Places to Work in 2022.

Wise launches Assets, your Wise account invested in the world’s largest companies

Wise, the global technology company building the best way to move money around the world, has today introduced its multi-currency investment feature Assets, to UK customers.

Wise lists on the London Stock Exchange

Wise releases independent research* revealing £150 billion is unknowingly spent in hidden fees on foreign currency transfers each year, to coincide with its direct listing on the London Stock Excha...

Wise Confirms Intention to Float on the London Stock Exchange

Following the announcement on 17 June 2021 of its expected intention to float, Wise today confirms its intention to undertake a direct listing.

Nothing To Hide

A global grassroots campaign striving to bring transparent pricing to international payments to help achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal of reducing remittance prices below 3% b...

Pride at Wise: An open letter

During this year’s Pride, we’ll be celebrating all the people that have gone before us, because long before it was a party Pride was a very real protest at the discrimination that LGBTQ+ community ...

Remittances: why they matter to me and millions more around the world

Today, we celebrate the International Day of Family Remittances. Wise was founded by immigrants, built by immigrants, and is used by immigrants.

Digital trade isn’t the future, it’s here: governments need to embrace it

Digital trade has skyrocketed in the last two decades. From e-commerce and international professional services to cloud computing and digitisation of finance, it has become a fundamental part of th...

Payment services regulations: How consumers and businesses could benefit

It's a matter of weeks until the Payment Services Regulations could finally end the currency exchange rip off for the 21 million adults who exchanged money in the last year, as well as the 3 millio...

UK residents to pay £238 million in remittance fees needlessly in 2021

New estimates show the UK is set to miss the UN Sustainable Development Goal to halve remittance prices to 3% by 2030. Those sending money say sending badly needed remittances has become more finan...

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