Snoop is a game-changing platform with a plan–to put the £12 billion lost every year to inertia (the so-called ‘loyalty’ penalty) back in consumers’ pockets. Founded by a team of former Virgin Money executives, led by Dame Jayne-Anne Gadhia, the free app uses secure open banking technology and a combination of human and artificial intelligence to deliver data-driven, hyper-personalised insights to help consumers make the most of their money– potentially saving households around £1,500 a year. Snoop champions the consumer, is 100% independent and takes money management further by actively helping consumers find ways to save –wherever and whenever they spend. Powered by Open Banking, Snoop was mandated by The Competition and Markets Authority in January 2018 to strengthen competition and innovation in the UK retail banking market. The founders believe that, in the future, the best experience in banking will no longer be with a bank– and they’re steadfastly focused on making that a reality.

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Articles Featuring Snoop

Moneyfarm appoints former Virgin Money CEO as chair

23rd January 2023 | Amelia Isaacs

2021 in quotes: Part 2

14th January 2022 | John Reynolds

Open Banking: Action required to avoid UK falling behind

27th September 2021 | Daniel Lanyon

Snoop reportedly close to closing £15m Series A

30th July 2021 | Aisling Finn

2020 in Fintech and Alternative Finance: Part 2

30th December 2020 | Oliver Smith

2020 in quotes: Part 1

30th December 2020 | Aisling Finn

Our favourite fintech apps of 2020

16th December 2020 | Oliver Smith

Who are the top female fintech leaders of 2020?

14th December 2020 | Aisling Finn

MoneySuperMarket reportedly snooping around Snoop

7th December 2020 | Aisling Finn

How Klarna became Europe’s largest fintech?

12th August 2019 | Roger Baird

Snoop Dogg partners with fintech banking platform

19th January 2019 | Daniel Lanyon