The first Ukrainian mobile bank, Monobank, launches its counterpart in Poland. The Stereo mobile bank will allow Ukrainian users who were forced to move to Poland due to the war once again to use the instant and comprehensive service of Monobank. A Stereo user will be able to get a physical and virtual card, make money transfers within Ukraine and abroad, and perform various banking operations.
"We want to give Ukrainians a convenient and free tool for transfers to Ukraine," Monobank co-founder Oleh Horohovsky.
The launch of the project is planned for spring. To use Stereo services, you need to be registered with Diia and have a PESEL.
Monobank was developed and launched in Ukraine in 2017. More than 6 million customers trust this bank and regularly transfer their money to charity collections for the Armed Forces of Ukraine, aid to victims in the Dnipro, and the drone army.